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PUBLIC DOCUMENT .... .... No. 7. 



ANNUAL REPORT 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL 



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ANNUAL REPORT 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Dec. 31, 1895. 

To His Excellency Frederic T. Greenhalge, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

Governor : — I have the honor respectfully to submit the 
annual report of this department for the year 1895. 

Militia. 

The year ending finds the militia in good condition as to 
personnel, discipline and equipment, and ready to respond 
to any call, should its service be required. 

While the rifles now in use would be effective in an emer- 
gency, it is hoped that the general government will do 
something at the coming session of Congress that will per- 
mit the ordnance department of the United States Army to 
make exchanges, and issue improved arms of the Springfield 
pattern. I am not now ready to favor arming the State 
militia with the new magazine rifles, preferring to wait, 
believing that the interests of the State will best be served 
by such a course. 

Battery A, Light Artillery, having been found below the 
standard of efficiency, was disbanded and a new battery 
formed in its place, designated as Battery A, which has been 
attached to the Second Brigade, M. V. M. 

The board of officers established in Orders to prepare new 
regulations for the militia have not met, as it was deemed 
advisable to wait until the Army Board at Washington made 
their report ; and, as that has recently been made, the board 
can complete their duties early in the coming year, for the 
printing of which report an appropriation may be needed. 

The organization of the militia remains the same, with the 
exception of the following changes, made by legislative acts 
and resolves of 1895 : — 



4 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Chapter 465 requires three years of service in the militia, 
or honorable discharge from the United States service, to be 
eligible for an appointment on the staff of the Commander- 
in-Chief, excepting the four aides and the judge advocate 
general. The old law required but one year of service. 

Authorizes the Commander-in-Chief to retire at any time 
any commissioned officer on the report of a board of com- 
missioned officers or of a medical board. 

Requires that armories erected for the militia under the 
provision of chapter 384, Acts of 1888, shall not be used 
except for military purposes. 

That no body of men other than the militia shall associate 
themselves together as a military company for drill or parade 
with fire-arms. 

Increases the allowances to Ambulance Corps commanders. 

The strength of the military force allowed by law remains 
the same as at date of last report, viz., maximum allowed by 
law, 446 officers, 5,954 enlisted men. The number on the 
rolls Dec. 20 was 422 officers, 5,247 enlisted men. 

Tours of Duty. 

The annual encampments and drills required by law were 
performed under General Orders Nos. 5 and 10, c. s., from 
this office, appended to this report. 

Company A, First Battalion Cavalry, Capt. Oscar A. 
Jones, performed escort duty to your Excellency on your 
annual visit to Harvard College, June 23. 

Details were ordered on application to pay funeral honors 
at the burial of deceased officers and soldiers. 

Maj. Gen. Nelson A. Miles, U. S. A., visited the camp of 
the First Brigade, was rendered a review and expressed his 
favorable opinion in the following letter to the Commander- 
in-Chief: — 

Headquarters Department of the East, 

Governor's Island, New York, June 7, 1895. 

His Excellency Frederic T. Greenhalge, 

Governor of Massachusetts, Boston, Mass. 

Sir : — In accordance with your Excellency's invitation, I visited 
the camp of the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia at South Framing- 
ham, Mass., on the 5th instant. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 5 

The camp was found very pleasantly and healthfully located. 
During the review of the troops and the inspection the soldierly 
appearance and bearing of the command was uniformly excellent, 
and the troops appeared to be under the command of efficient offi- 
cers. The whole command seems to be deeply interested in the 
patriotic services they are rendering to the Commonwealth, and 
are evidently in efficient condition for any service. The inspection 
of the camp showed it to be in fine order, and well equipped and 
provided for. 

I desire through you to thank Brig. Gen. Benjamin F. Bridges, 
commanding the brigade and camp, for the review and interesting 
manoeuvres which were tendered during my stay at the camp. 
I have the honor to be, very respectfully, 

Your Excellency's obedient servant, 
(Signed) Nelson A. Miles, 

Major General U. S. Army. 

Returns received from cities and towns show the number 
of the enrolled militia of the prescribed age liable for mili- 
tary duty to be 406,835, an increase of 17,864 over last 
year (see tables in Appendix). 

Rifle Practice. 

The work of this important branch of the service has been 
earnestly and efficiently prosecuted under the direction of 
Col. George F. Hall, inspector general of rifle practice, for 
interesting details of which attention is called to the report 
of that officer. 

The appropriation for this department was $15,000, of 
which $13,689.80 has been expended. 

Heavy Artillery. 

This work has received some attention, but out-door prac- 
tice is essential, for which better facilities will be available at 
Fort Warren the coming year. 

Regulations for combat drill and the duties of detachments 
at siege guns have been received and forwarded to the com- 
mander of ; the First Regiment Infantry, the regiment desig- 
nated to drill in heavy artillery, in which instruction may 
be given in the armory during the winter months. 



6 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Quartermaster's Department. 

During the year emergency mess cooking kits and field 
ovens have been provided for use of troops, and in their 
use practice was had by the various commands. 

Blankets as a part of the emergency equipment have been 
purchased, and, protected from moths, are held in readiness 
for such time as they may be needed. A supply of rubber 
blankets has also been procured. White helmets, worn out 
by the troops, have been turned in and requisition made for 
permission to turn them over to the general government, 
from whence they were issued. 

The military property at the State arsenal is in good condi- 
tion, with the exception of knapsacks; and the reports of 
the inspection of property in the hands of the militia show 
it to be in good condition, with material improvement in the 
caring for the same. 

The matter of a new knapsack will require attention, 
which has been delayed hoping that some new pattern suited 
to our needs would be devised to take the place of the 
present one in use, which is not all that could be desired. 

All obsolete and worn-out military property has been con- 
demned by a board of officers and offered for sale. When 
sold, the proceeds will be turned into the State treasury, as 
required by law. 

The amount received and turned over to the treasury dur- 
ing the year for sale of condemned property is $477.05 ; 
expended, $466.15 ; leaving a balance of $10.90. 

The usual repairs on buildings at the State camp ground, 
South Framingham, have been made. A fence has been 
erected on the right of the camp line, to prevent the en- 
croachment of visitors and wagons upon the camp. 

On recommendation of the surgeon general, a hospital was 
erected to isolate horses infected with contagious disease. 

An additional headquarters stable should be erected, as the 
present one is not large enough. 

Grading has been done on the camp ground where nec- 
essary, and the sloping ground in the rear has been partially 
filled in. The amount of appropriation for grading was 
$1,000; of this, $999.25 was expended. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 7 

The ground is now in good condition, and the State 
property at the arsenal well cared for by Mr. Luke R,. 
Landy, the superintendent. 

The rights of way across the camp ground are at times a 
source of annoyance, as heavy teams with gravel from the 
gravel pits adjacent to the State grounds are continually 
passing, keeping the roads in an unsightly condition. 

The manner of accounting for property by the commands 
is steadily improving, strict accounting being insisted upon. 

In October the United States Navy Department turned 
over the United States steamer " Minnesota," and this de- 
partment receipted for the ship and her equipment at the 
Brooklyn Navy Yard, New York, and towed her to Boston. 
A berth was engaged for her at the Atlas Stores in Boston 
until Jan. 1, 1896, with privilege of renewing the lease 
for one year. Capt. John W. Weeks, commanding Naval 
Brigade, was placed in command, and the ship and the 
equipment turned over to him. The ship will require some 
alterations for the needs of the Naval Brigade, and if per- 
mission can be obtained from the Navy Department to make 
the necessary changes in accommodations, an appropriation 
will be asked for. The changes on the ship will not be 
necessary unless the Naval Brigade is quartered there. 

Armories. 

The armories erected under chapter 366, Acts of 1888, 
are in good condition generally. 

The new armory at Springfield was turned over to this 
department the latter part of November, and is occupied by 
troops. 

The city of Fall River having voted to build an armory 
under the above act, the Armory Commissioners have charge 
of the building, and an appropriation will be required to 
furnish the armory as required by the act. 

The amount of appropriation for care and furnishing 
armories erected under chapter 384 was $20,500. Of 
this there has been expended : — 

South Armory, Boston, $3,823.34; East Armory, Bos- 
ton, $3,812.66; Worcester Armory, $2,068.75; Lowell 



8 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Armory,- $1,533.57; Fitchburg Armory, $1,582.07; Lynn 
Armory, $1,687.44; Lawrence Armory, $2,018.51; 
Springfield Armory, $1,819.53; total amount expended, 
$18,345.57. The above amounts include everything ex- 
cept such bills as are not due until Jan. 1, 1896. 

The town of Wakefield has built a new armory for the 
company there located. The company at North Andover 
has been transferred to Lawrence and quartered in the new 
armory, and the armory at North Andover given up. The 
company at Newbury port was quartered at the city hall, 
with meagre accommodations. The town of Adams pro- 
vided another armory for Company M, Second Infantry. 
The armory at Taunton was condemned by the inspecting 
officer as unfit for a military company. The city has under 
consideration new quarters for Company F, First Infantry. 
The city of Waltham has provided new quarters for Com- 
pany F, Fifth Infantry. 

Armory rent rolls received from cities and towns were, 
after careful inquiry as to compliance with law and accom- 
modations furnished, adjudicated, and allowances of rent 
made and certified to the auditor of the Commonwealth for 
settlement. 

The requirement for proper accommodations for compa- 
nies in some localities does not receive the consideration it 
should. Lack of accommodations creates lack of interest by 
officers and men, and the company deteriorates. In such 
cases there should be no hesitancy in disbanding or transfer- 
ring companies to cities, securing better accommodations and 
better troops thereby. 

The amount paid to cities and towns for armories is 
$35,350 ; amount of appropriation, $39,000. 

Adjutant General's Department. 

The money accounts for the year have been prepared and 
certified to the auditor for payment. There has been ex- 
pended for pay, transportation, supplies, printing and direct 
expense on account of the militia and this office, from the 
annual appropriation, the sum of $181,877.97. 

On Jan. 1, 1895, there was standing to the credit of the 
Commonwealth, on account of appropriation by the national 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 9 

government for equipping the militia of States, the sum of 
$10,861.42; the allotment of July 1, 1895, was $12,574.31, 
making a total of $23,475.73 available. There has been 
drawn in supplies during the year the sum of $13,645.47, 
leaving an available balance at this date of $9,790.26. 

Efforts have been made to increase the amount of the 
appropriation to States, but so far without success. It is 
impossible to properly equip any State military force with 
modern arms under the present meagre allotment ; it would 
take fifteen years to equip the force with the new magazine 
rifle and five years to equip it with the latest pattern of 
Springfield rifle. 

The routine work of the record division of the office has 
been carefully and faithfully carried out by the officers in 
charge. 

Inquiries in 4,995 cases, requiring certificates of service 
from the records, have received attention. The calls for 
information and service records of soldiers, requiring cor- 
respondence with the War Department to ascertain final 
record or to determine doubts, have been 673, and the 
answers to miscellaneous inquiries are upwards of 700. In 
all cases the card index has been corrected in accordance 
with the official information received from the War Depart- 
ment. There has been expended on account of this work 
$6,500. 

The correction and compilation of the record of Massa- 
chusetts sailors and marines has progressed, and during the 
year several new names have been added to the officers' list 
and to that of the enlisted men. The expense of this work 
has been $1,962.05. 

The rewriting of the records of officers and soldiers of the 
civil war, provided for in chapter 121 of the Eesolves of 
1895, has carefully and satisfactorily progressed. 

The work commenced with the early militia regiments of 
the Commonwealth that responded to the first call and en- 
tered the United States service for three months in 1861. 

Three regiments, the Third, Fourth and Fifth, which had 
never been in book form except in the printed volumes, have 
been examined, corrected and written up in book form, and 
are now ready for binding. These comprise twenty-six com- 



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10 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

panies. Nearly three thousand records of soldiers have been 
examined, and many corrections made in names and records ; 
and where subsequent enlistments of these men were found, 
a record was made of the fact on these books. Many of 
these early soldiers re-entered the service. The expense has 
been $950.85, leaving a balance of $549.15. An additional 
appropriation to continue the work will be necessary. 

Town and city authorities seeking to complete the history 
of their cities and towns, historians, the many military and 
patriotic societies, and others endeavoring to perfect the 
genealogy of families, are making constant demands upon 
this office for evidence connecting their ancestry with the 
events of the past ; and in the research necessary the almost 
entire time of one clerk, familiar with the archives, has been 
devoted to this work. 



Recommendations . 

Surplus clothing should be supplied, if possible, to each 
company. It would save much correspondence and express- 
age, besides enabling commanders more readily to fit their 
men. 

The issue of cartridge belts and revolvers to the mounted 
arm and non-commissioned staff should receive consider- 
ation. Headquarters stable being inadequate, an addition 
should be made to it to accommodate additional horses. 

The practical work of the troops the past year was pro- 
ductive of many good results, which should be continued 
with lectures on the details of the same. 

It is recommended to reduce the number of officers in 
Naval Brigade and establish a small engineer corps. 

I sincerely hope that the coming year a post may be estab- 
lished at the State camp ground, and regiments encamped 
separately. It is believed that much good would be accom- 
plished by this plan. Commanders would then be enabled 
to carry out their plan of instruction, devote the whole 
time to regimental duties, have ample room for extended 
order drill, and stimulate a generous rivalry in the proper 
handling of troops. 

I am much indebted to Col. William C. Capelle, assistant 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 11 

adjutant general, and to the clerks of the office, for diligence 
in the discharge of duty. 

Your Excellency's attention is invited to the reports of 
the surgeon general, judge advocate general and inspector 
general, which will accompany the printed report. 

I desire to thank your Excellency and staff for many acts 
of official courtesy. 

Respectfully, 

SAMUEL DALTON, 

Adjutant and Quartermaster General. 



12 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



REPORT OF THE INSPECTOR'S DEPARTMENT. 



Inspector General's Office, 
Boston, Nov. I, 1895. 
To the Adjutant General. 

This department most respectfully submits the annual report for 
the year 1895. 

Early in the year all organizations were inspected in their armo- 
ries, and as a whole were found in good condition ; on those other- 
wise a special report was made and attention of commanding offi- 
cers called to their condition, and in some cases improvement was 
made ; others are still the subject of consideration by this depart- 
ment. 

Lack of knowledge of lieutenants was prominent in some cases ; 
these were reported upon, and some of them voluntarily left the 
service. It is but fair to state that lieutenants in some companies 
never have the opportunity to drill and instruct their companies. 
Captains should supervise drills and their subalterns attend to 
the instruction. 

Much attention was given by inspecting officers to the condition 
and facilities of armories, and on their reports, submitted through 
channels to the cities and towns, many improvements have been 
made. 

There is a manifest neglect on the part of some officers of the 
militia in regard to official papers and the manner of forwarding 
through channels, little regard being paid to regulations and 
orders in the matter of briefing, folding and endorsing. The 
requirements of the service in the matter of correspondence are 
so carefully and plainly set forth in the Massachusetts Regu- 
lations, paragraphs 1870 to 1878, that there can be no valid ex- 
cuse for failure to observe the same. Attention has before been 
called to this neglect, and in 1887 a General Order was issued 
(No. 9), paragraph 5 of which makes it obligatory to brief all 
papers in accordance with paragraph 1873, Regulations M. V. M. 
In the examination of officers for commission, if the examining 
board make this one of the features of the examination, it will 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 13 

at least, point out to them the requirements of orders and regu- 
lations. 

The camps and annual drills of all infantry, artillery, cavalry, 
cadet, signal and ambulance corps can with propriety be said to 
be the best for years, if not the best ever performed. Much in- 
terest, hard work and a desire to perform good duty were decid- 
edly manifest, and the tone of the whole force, as a rule, is good. 

Magnified petty differences have been found in some instances ; 
but if officers devoted as much energy to their commands as they 
have to these petty matters, it would be much better. In well- 
regulated companies these differences do not occur. 

Commanding officers have during the past year exercised their 
right to call inefficient officers to account, and the force shows the 
good effects of the same. No officers, either company, regimental 
or brigade, should expect higher officers to call their delinquents 
to account. It is their duty, pure and simple, and the military 
establishment and regulations require it of them. 

Company commanders should always have an efficient set of 
non-commissioned officers, and hold them to their full duty. It is 
a pleasure to report that much advancement has been made the 
past year in this. But few companies were found where the non- 
commissioned officers should not have been warranted. 

At the camps a general move was made looking for improve- 
ment in care of quarters, and good results followed. Camp details 
were better attended to, and the enlisted men are entitled to credit 
for good discipline, earnest work and loyal support of their officers. 

Practical work seems to be the desire of all, and the coming 
year ample opportunity should be given for a more varied and 
extended instruction in this. This department does not favor long 
marches of troops not hardened to such work, but short marches, 
practical work in erecting barricades, field earth-works, cooking, 
and the general instruction of how a soldier should care for himself 
in the field, are what is most needed, all of which should be pre- 
ceded by lectures and a study of the work to be done. 

The attached table shows the record of attendance at armory 
inspections, camps and annual drills, which is satisfactory, but 
could have been better had some companies held up in number 
with the other companies of their commands. 

The past year has shown that good companies, well officered, 
can keep up their enlistments and parade large commands without 
resorting to padding, and little of the latter has been done. When 
small numbers report, the reason is either poor officers, lack of 
energy or want of proper armories, and lack of support by city or 
town where located. 



14 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

This department believes fully in disbanding struggling or poor 
organizations, and replacing with new companies in new localities, 
preferably in large cities, where a battalion can be quartered under 
one roof. 

During the year this department reported Battery A as below 
the standard of efficiency, and it was disbanded and a new battery 
formed to take its place. 

The following report in detail of organizations is hereby sub- 
mitted. The averages are based upon attendance at armory in- 
spections, camps and annual drills : — 

First Infantry. 

The enrolment of this command for the entire year has been 
very close to the maximum allowed by law. The attendance at 
all duties has been large, averaging nearly ninety-six per cent, of 
enrolment. 

The command is in a high state of discipline and efficiency. 
This condition would be still further improved if a uniform method 
of handling recruits and a system of tactical instruction of non- 
commissioned officers were adopted as a regimental measure. The 
command is well officered and the staff departments well served. 

Suitable armory accommodations for Company F, Taunton, 
should be provided without further delay. 

Second Infantry. 

Attendance as a rule good at camps and annual drills. 

Generally in very good condition as to serviceableness ; as a rule 
very well officered and of good personnel. Some companies, nota- 
bly D, L and M, do not seem to be quite up to the general stand- 
ard, and are urged to improve their condition. 

Attendance as a rule has been good, and earnestness in the 
work seems to be the rule. 

Fifth Infantry. 

Attendance good, except in companies E and M, which show an 
average of 45 or less, Company M being about 37, Company E 
42. Company G is rated poor, and should receive attention at 
once. Poor or only fair companies in a command add nothing to 
its record, but tend to reduce it, and they are not just to the com- 
panies which are good. 

This regiment, while generally reported as in good condition, 
has too many companies rated fair which may be easily brought 
up to a high standard. Companies E, G and M, while the latter 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 15 

has improved its condition during the year and the former is quar- 
tered in a very poor drill hall, seem to demand unusual attention 
to bring them to a proper standard of enrolment, attendance and 
performance of duty. 

Sixth Infantry. 

Attendance fair ; camp and annual drill attendance generally 
good, but the year's average was reduced by weakness of some 
companies at armory inspections. The armory inspections showed 
the companies to be in sound condition ; five companies rated ex- 
cellent, three very good, two good and two fair. 



Eighth Infantry. 

Enrolment has not been as large as should be ; attendance only 
fair. Reduced average, on account of eight companies being 
below an average of 50 men at time of duty, Company A having 
an average of 38f , all other companies averaging below 50 were 
above 45 average. 

Companies that are reported as only fair in this regiment, as in 
others, are so by reason of not being properly officered, and a 
weeding out of inefficient material is in process. 

New life and inspiration appear to be injected into this com- 
mand by the new administration, and an improvement is noticed 
in discipline and field work, as shown in the annual drill. 

Suitable armory accommodations should be provided for Com- 
pany A, Newburyport, without further delay. 

Ninth Infantry. 

Attendance very fair. The companies at armory inspections 
were found in good shape ; four rated excellent, two very good, 
four good and two fair. The camp and field day performance of 
duty were very creditable. 

Company M does not show improvement, and internal troubles 
should cease. 

Naval Brigade. 

Attendance hardly fair ; an improvement will doubtless be 
shown, now that the command has the large frigate " Minnesota " 
for its use. 

The brigade is overburdened with line officers, and their numbers 
should be reduced by legislation. If this were done, an engineer 



16 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

division could be created without additional expense, adding much 
to the efficiency of the organization. 

There is much room for improvement in the system of drills. 
Less should be attempted and greater excellence attained. 

Much is hoped for of this brigade, now that it has proper quar- 
ters for its drills and summer tour of duty. 

The commanding officer of this brigade is a painstaking officer, 
and, with the reforms he has in mind, will improve the command. 



First Corps Cadets. 

Attendance good, and a marked improvement over former years. 
This command is in excellent condition, and maintains its high 
standard. Officers and men are intelligent and studiously comply 
with all orders and instructions, and every detail receives its 
proper attention. 

Second Corps Cadets. 

This command is in fair condition, and should continue the 
improvement shown at this year's encampment. Officers should 
attend drills more than heretofore, and bring more snap to this 
command. It has every advantage, and excellent armory and 
personnel of men. 

This department is of the opinion that this command should be 
concentrated at Salem. There should be four companies at its 
headquarters, or nearer at least than the city of Lowell. 

The commanding officer is alive to the work this corps requires, 
and more systematic work by officers under him will be required. 

First Battalion Cavalry. 

Attendance good. The battalion performed its duty in a most 
creditable manner during the year, and marked improvement was 
shown. All attention possible should be given proper seat and 
general soldierly carriage. This year this command has shown 
what earnest work will do, and it should be continued. The com- 
mand was well horsed. 

Company F, Cavalry. 

Attendance good. Company improved its duty over previous 
years. A slackness in dress was noticeable in some enlisted men ; 
this can easily be improved. The command was well horsed, and 
details of stable work well carried out. 



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First Battalion Light Artillery. 

Attendance good, and this command is showing improvement 
each year. Drills should be more varied, and battalion should 
apply for practice with projectile. 

Battery A, Light Artillery. 

Total on rolls, 78; present, 61 ; absent, 17. Attendance fair. 
This is a new battery, and shows that it will be excellent with 
more experience. 

Ambulance Corps. 

Attendance good at armory inspection and camp, small at annual 
drill. This corps is well officered, and performed its work in a 
most intelligent manner. It should give attention to attendance 
at ordered tours of duty, as their work is important, and should be 
present in good numbers for any emergency. The question of 
ordering the whole corps for each brigade camp should receive 
consideration, as it is believed that, if the command are all to- 
gether at the tours of duty, it would be more beneficial to them. 

Signal Corps, First and Second Brigades. 

Attendance good. Both commands performed their duty well. 
On account of the limited equipment which can be procured from 
the general government, the question of transferring signal duty 
to regiments, and the making each of the Signal Corps an Engineer 
and Pioneer Corps, or consolidating them into one organization 
of engineers, is worthy of consideration. 

Upon all tours of duty special and general reports were made 
by officers of this department, and copies forwarded to command- 
ing officers, pointing out faults and requiring improvement. This 
policy is believed to be the best that can be adopted, as it gives 
officers and men an opportunity, which as a rule is followed, to 
improve where improvement is needed without waiting for the 
issue of the annual report of the year. 

I desire to express my appreciation of the earnest, soldierly 
work of the assistants of this department. 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Table of Attendance of Troops (without Bands) for Duty required 
by Law during the Year 1895. 





Annual 
Dkill. 


Total. 


Camp. 




ORGANIZATION. 


Off. 


Men. 


Off. 


Men. 


Total. 


First Brigade Headquarters, 


- 


- 


" 


11 


8 


19 


Second Brigade Headquarters, . 


- 


- 


- 


11 


8 


19 


First Regiment Infantry, . 


46 


667 


713 


46 


691 


737 


Second Regiment Infantry, 


47 


629 


676 


44 


686 


730 


Fifth Regiment Infantry, . 


47 


594 


641 


45 


651 


696 


Sixth Regiment Infantry, . 


47 


607 


654 


48 


634 


682 


Eighth Regiment Infantry, 


39 


605 


644 


47 


629 


676 


Ninth Regiment Infantry, . 


43 


607 


650 


45 


614 


659 


Naval Brigade, .... 


41 


340 


381 


44 


347 


391 


First Corps Cadets, . 


20 


221 


241 


20 


229 


249 


Second Corps Cadets, . 


17 


147 


164 


17 


159 


176 


First Battalion Artillery, . 


15 


148 


163 


14 


151 


165 


First Battalion Cavalry, 


14 


154 


168 


14 


156 


170 


Battery A, 


4 


56 


60 


5 


58 


63 


Troop F, Cavalry, 


3 


76 


79 


3 


76 


79 


Ambulance Corps, 


3 


32 


35 


3 


45 


48 


Signal Corps, First Brigade, 


1 


23 


24 


1 


24 


25 


Signal Corps, Second Brigade, . 


1 

388 


19 

i 


20 


419 


22 

5,188 


23 


Total, 


4,925 j 


5,313 


5,607 



SAMUEL DALTON, 

Inspector General. 



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EEPOET OF INSPECTION OF THE NATIONAL GUARD 

OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



[Extract.] 

The following extracts from the report of Lieutenant Colonel 
Miller, First Artillery, U. S. A., contain that which will be most 
interesting to the State troops. 

Fort Hamilton, N. Y. H., Sept. 9, 1895. 
The Adjutant General U. S. Army, etc. 

Sir : — I have the honor to report that, pursuant to Special 
Orders No. 116, Headquarters of the Army, A. G. O., Washing- 
ton, May 17, 1895, I attended the encampment of the Massa- 
chusetts Volunteer Militia during the times specified. Also, in 
compliance with the letter from the Military Information Division, 
dated May 18, 1895, from your office, I reported by letter to His 
Excellency the Governor of Massachusetts. 

I was informed by the Adjutant General of the State, Maj. 
Gen. Samuel Dalton, as to the time he wished me to report at his 
office, Boston, Mass., which was June 3. I accordingly complied, 
and from that date visited with him all the encampments, remain- 
ing at each during the whole time. 

It is needless to say that I was received by the Governor, the 
Adjutant General, the brigade commanders and all the officers 
whom I had the pleasure to meet, with the greatest courtesy and 
hospitality. 

At all the encampments I was provided with messing and ser- 
vants' attendance, and at the brigade encampments a fine mount 
and other hospitalities befitting the representative of the Hon. 
Secretary of War. 

The following is my report, under headings as requested by my 
letter of instructions : — 

2. Strength. 

(a) Authorized. 

(b) Organized. 

(c) Per cent, attending camp. 

(d) Liable to militia duty, census 1890. 



20 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

(a) Three hundred and ninety-eight officers and 5,434 enlisted 
men. This strength cannot be given exactly, as the strength of 
the Corps of Cadets is unlimited. The law reads : " There shall 
be such members of non-commissioned officers, musicians and pri- 
vates as the Commander-in-Chief shall deem expedient." 

The strength of the bands is not included in the numbers given 
above, and amounts to 334 men present in camp. 

(b) Infantry, . .319 officers, 4,527 enlisted men. 
Light Artillery, . 20 " 230 

Cavalry, . 18 237 

Signal Corps, . 2 47 

Ambulance Corps, 3 " 52 " " 

(c) Infantry present, 310 officers, 4,201 enlisted men, 93.09%. 
Light Artillery, . 19 " 209 " " 91.02%. 
Cavalry, . . 18 237 " " 97.26%. 
Signal Corps, . 2 " 46 " " 97.96%. 
Ambulance Corps, 3 " 44 " " 85.45%. 

(d) 339,691. 

3. Number of Organization, and Stations of Brigades, 
Regiments and Battalions. 

There is no division organization. 

There are two brigades, the first and second, the headquarters 
of each at Boston. The First Brigade is commanded by Brig. 
Gen. B. F. Bridges, the Second Brigade by Brig. Gen. B. F. 
Peach, Jr. 

• • • •••••• • • 

The duties of the Adjutant General as Inspector General. In 
this department, in addition to the Adjutant General, there are 
four officers with the rank of colonel, all on the staff of the Com- 
mander-in-Chief, the term of office being at his will. During each 
brigade camp one of these officers (including the Adjutant General), 
as part of his duty, is assigned to be present with one of the in- 
fantry regiments and one with the mounted troops ; in addition 
one may take in the instruction of brigade guard duty, another 
the operation of the Signal Corps, to watch and report upon their 
condition and work. 

At the camp of Corps of Cadets the past summer, the Adjutant 
General assigned himself as inspector. As the Inspectors' duties 
brought them in contact with the commands in every way, 
examining sentinels, inspection of quarters, etc., I accompanied 
some one of them on his tour when I visited the regiments or 
battalions. I was strongly impressed by the efficiency and ability 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 21 

of each of these officers in his particular branch of duty, and the 
great benefit their work must be to the efficiency of the troops. 

They were earnest in finding out the full state of affairs, and 
nothing escaped their observation. In addition to their camp 
duty, once a year they had to visit certain troops at their home 
stations and inspection report rendered. I found their instructions 
on blank inspection reports as follows : — 

Devote most time to poor companies. Devote time to company 
officers on knowledge of general duty and whether lieutenants are 
useful to captains and command. Have officers question their 
men — including drummers — as to their duties. Question officers 
as to same. Report attendance. Amounts that State should pay 
for armory. Whether State property is dropped without authority 
by company commanders. If a company is found poor, make a 
special report. Through these officers and the surgeon general 
the commanding officer gets a full knowledge of the condition of 
the forces. 

8. Ambulance Corps and Hospital Corps. 

This corps consists of one captain, two lieutenants and fifty- 
eight enlisted men, being the same in enlisted strength as one 
infantry company. 

The corps has one two-horse ambulance complete. One-half of 
this corps and the ambulance are ordered to each brigade encamp- 
ment. The chief of the corps, the captain, visits each encamp- 
ment. Each private is provided with one-half stretcher, enclosed 
in a canvas cover when not in use, and when in use the two halves 
are joined by inserting the ferrules of one in the socket joint of the 
other, forming a light and practical stretcher. 

Two litter slings of leather are provided for each stretcher. 
Each private has also one belt and pouch, each pouch having the 
following contents : four triangular bandages, three assorted roller 
bandages, one pair of scissors, one package of corrosive sublimate 
tablets ; first-aid packages, one spool adhesive plaster, one dozen 
safety pins, one ounce bottle of ammonia, same of ginger and 
whiskey. The corps is very expert in kit manual ; in marching 
and extemporized litters, made by the use of army blankets, by 
the use of overcoat and rifle and various other methods ; quickly 
lowering and carrying patients ; making applications of necessary 
dressings for every possible supposable case of injury. This corps 
may be used for the benefit of the Commonwealth in the event of. 
public calamity. To place the corps in ready position for such 
assistance, an alarm list is kept in the surgeon general's office, 
which contains the clay and night telegraphic address of each mem- 



22 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

ber of the corps. The emergency chest is also always kept in 
readiness to be sent anywhere in the State. 

There is no hospital corps. Each regiment, battalion and sepa- 
rate command has its own surgeon and assistant surgeon. Each 
brigade has its medical director. The surgeon general is one of 
the staff of the Commander-in-Chief, and is appointed by him ; 
the medical directors by the brigade commanders ; the surgeons 
and assistant surgeons by their respective commanders, and hold 
office at the will of said commanders. All appointees to the 
medical department have to be examined by a board of medical 
officers. The surgeons and assistant surgeons are each supplied 
with a field operating case, and each organization, when on a tour 
of duty, with a medicine chest and orderly pouch. After the tour 
these chests and pouches are returned to the surgeon general's 
office, where they are examined and expenditures made good. The 
emergency chest is sent to each brigade camp. It comprises an 
operating table, all appliances for sterilizing and all facilities for 
performing an operation. The chest is sent to smaller camps, if 
asked for. Each organization on tour of camp duty is supplied 
with one hospital tent, each with four beds, bedding, tables, etc., 
complete. All this property comes under the charge of the surgeon 
general. At the grounds of the brigade encampments there is a 
light frame building used as brigade hospital. It has a ward of 
six beds, a dispensary, storeroom and kitchen. The ward is pro- 
vided with the necessary baths, toilet stands, slop-pail, etc. I 
visited all these hospitals with the surgeon general, who made a 
very rigid examination, and found everything very satisfactory. 
We also inspected the police of the encampments, the company 
kitchens, wash-houses and stables, and found the police in every 
respect excellent. 

9. Signal Corps, — Organization, Equipment and Efficiency. 

The Signal Corps of each brigade consists of one first lieutenant, 
one first sergeant, four sergeants and twenty privates. It is pro- 
vided with the usual kit of the United States Signal Corps. The 
corps practised twice daily at flag signalling, and at night at 
lantern and torch signalling. I watched it considerably, and was 
much pleased with the rapid flagging and apparent efficiency in 
that respect. At night its torch signalling was firm, of an easy, 
even motion and plain of discernment ; I should pronounce it very 
•efficient. 

10. Regular Army Officers attached to Headquarters. 
None. 



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11. Military or Advisory Board. 



None. 



12. Encampment, — Regimental, Brigade or Divisional. Pe- 
riod of Duration. Grounds owned by State ; if so, 
Location. Regular Troops Encamped with State 
Troops. 

There were two brigade encampments, each for five days on 
ground owned by the State, located at South Framingham, about 
twenty-one miles west of Boston, on Boston & Albany Railroad, 
and an encampment of each battalion of the Corps of Cadets, — 
that of the first Corps of Cadets being for one week, the legal re- 
quirement being only five days, but the members of the corps give 
first Saturday afternoon and Sunday without pay. The encamp- 
ment ground of this corps is owned by themselves, and is located 
at Hingham, about seventeen miles south-west of Boston, on an 
inlet of Boston harbor, and reached by the old Colony Railroad, 
Plymouth branch, and by steamer, running daily three or four 
trips. The encampment of the Second Corps of Cadets is for 
six days, on grounds leased by the corps, located about three 
miles from Essex, reached by the Essex branch of the Boston & 
Maine Railroad. 

There were no regular troops encamped with the militia. 

One of the regiments of infantry is required by law to be in- 
structed in heavy artillery duties, and the one designated is the 
First Infantry. This regiment last year encamped at Fort 
Warren, and had the advantage of using then at manual and 
mechanical manoeuvres the various guns there mounted. At this 
camp at South Framingham there was some drill with 10-inch 
siege mortar, accompanied by firing practice of a few rounds, giv- 
ing but little variety. 

13. Mobilization. 

(a) Points of concentration for service in State. 

(b) Points for service out of State. 

(c) Time required for concentration for service in and out 
of State. 

(d) Plans for emergency. 

(e) Per cent, that would turn out for sixty days. 

(a) The Adjutant General has maps prepared, and on each 
are marked certain towns and cities, three or more in each regi- 
mental district and all railroad centres. Each brigade, regimental 
and battalion headquarters is provided with a copy of the map. 



24 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

The following are some of the points marked for service within 
the State: Pittsfielcl, Springfield, Fitchburg, Worcester, South 
Framingham, Ayer Junction, Newburyport, Concord and Boston. 
(6) The following are points fixed for service without the 
State : Pittsfield, for service in New York or westward ; Spring- 
field and Fitchburg, for service northward ; Haverhill and New- 
buryport, for service towards Maine ; Springfield and Worcester, 
for service southward ; for ocean service, Boston, New Bedford, 
Fall River and Salem. 

(c) The regiments, battalions and batteries can be concen- 
trated in a very few hours, not more than eighteen, at any one 
point of a regimental district, and in a very few hours thereafter 
can be moved to any of the points of concentration in the State. 

(d) Each brigade commander has the home and business 
address of the colonels, battalion and other commanders ; the 
latter have the home and business address of the captains ; and 
the latter the same of the lieutenants and chief of squads ; and 
the latter of each man, and in the city of Boston his telephone 
number. The orders for assembly can now be sent to every head- 
quarters by telegram or telephone. The whole militia were assem- 
bled the past year at Boston in less than thirty-six hours, fall field 
day. 

(e) After consultation with the principal officers, I believe 
ninety per cent, of the command would turn out for service 
within the State and eighty per cent, for service without the 
State. Plenty of men would step in at once and fill places of 
men who for family or business reasons could not go. It 
happened so when militia were first called out for late war. 

14. State Appropriations. 

Two hundred and fifteen thousand dollars, disbursed by the 
Adjutant General under various appropriations, — pay, transpor- 
tation, stationery, arsenal and armory rent. 

15. National Appropriations. 

Thirteen thousand, one hundred ' and twenty- two dollars, ex- 
pended in purchase of arms and clothing from United States ord- 
nance and quartermaster's department. 

16. Armament, — Cavalry, Artillery and Infantry, Char- 
acter and Condition. 

The cavalry is armed with Springfield carbines, caliber .45 ", and 
the cavalry sabre, all in good fair condition ; the artillery, batter- 
ies B and C, with four 3 " muzzle-loading ordnance guns, in fair 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 25 

condition, each with limber and caisson complete ; battery A, with 
four twelve-pounder Napoleons, new, each with limber and cais- 
son. The usual implements — paulin, pickaxes and long-handled 
shovel — belonging to the carriages were all in their proper 
places ; some of the long-handled shovels were not of the reg- 
ulation kind, but will do. 

The infantry is armed with the Springfield rifle musket, caliber 
.45", of three different models, some of the older models much 
worn, some very few bent and useless. As to cleanliness, those 
of the First Corps of Cadets were absolutely clean ; of the Sec- 
ond Corps of Cadets, fairly clean ; of the brigade infantry I had 
only an opportunity to handle a few guns, and unfortunately those 
I examined were more or less rusty. My conclusion in general 
was that nine-tenths of the muskets were in fair condition of 
cleanliness, and serviceable, none in reverse. To each regiment 
of infantry is assigned one Gatling gun with Accles feeder ; each 
was in excellent condition. 

17. Equipment, — Cavalry, Artillery, Infantry, — Charac- 
ter and Condition. 

The cavalry equipment is the same as that of the United States 
Cavalry, — one set of horse equipments, less nosebag, picket pin 
and lariat ; also cartridge box and belt, haversack, canteen and 
strap, all in good, serviceable condition. 

18. Uniform Clothing, — Character and Condition. 

The artillery equipment: full set of harness wheel and lead, — 
old style, — and horse equipments necessary for the number of 
men required to be mounted ; the limbers of the pieces were prop- 
erly equipped with buckets and implements prescribed in tactics. 
The personal equipment of the men was : for each, one haver- 
sack, one canteen and strap ; for drivers, one driver's valise, no 
knapsack for the cannoneers. The harness for batteries B and C 
was reported as old and the leather lifeless, needing many repairs 
in the course of the year. That of Battery A appeared to be in 
good condition. 

Infantry. — Each man is supplied with the gun sling, sword and 
belt for sergeants, bayonet scabbard, canteen and strap, cartridge 
belt of webbing, haversack and box knapsack, all in good condi- 
tion. The troops of the brigade camp wore the fatigue uniform, 
including Campaign hat. No full-dress uniform was taken to the 
field. 

The State issues to the enlisted men, not of the Corps of Cadets, 



26 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

a dress coat, a light blue overcoat, trousers, a blouse, a cap with 
ornaments, one black and one white helmet, one light-brown cam- 
paign hat, and the necessary chevrons, brassards, etc. 

The uniforms of officers and men conform as nearly as possible 
in color and character to that of the United States of the same 
arm, except that the infantry adheres to the dark-blue facings. 
Blanket, shoes and underclothing have to be supplied by the men 
themselves. The captain of a company or battery is allowed 
$1.75 per man a year for repairing uniforms and other property of 
the State for which they are responsible. 

The full-dress uniform of the First Corps of Cadets consists of 
a white cloth dress coat, a shako dress hat, light blue trousers ; 
the fatigue uniform was the same as that of the brigade infantry. 
The corps also had a brown canvas suit complete, with a low, 
round, brown-colored fatigue hat. The corps owns all its uni- 
form. It is not issued to it by the State. 

The uniform of the Second Corps of Cadets was, for full dress, 
one scarlet coat, and a black dress hat with pompon similar to 
that of the West Point Cadets, 1858. This part of the uniform 
is owned by themselves, otherwise their uniform is issued by the 
State. The two corps wore full dress at guard mounting, parades 
and reviews ; on other duties, the fatigue uniform. The company 
commanders generally were particular as to neatness and good fit 
of uniform. 

The State issues yearly supplies of clothing to the companies. 
The beginning of the new issues annually is in January, at which 
time an abundance is on hand, while towards the end of the year 
there is quite a limited supply. All arms, clothing and equip- 
ments have to be deposited in the armories immediately after the 
completion of any duty they have been taken out to perform, and 
it is forbidden for any person to wear or use them except when on 
military duty. No clothing held in reserve, the annual supply 
purchased in January is for issue the remainder of the year. 

19. Horses Owned or Hired. 

They are supplied by the officer or soldier requiring them for 
service, the officer or soldier getting a per diem from the State. 
In the cavalry many of the men own their horses and bring them 
to the field, others hire them. Certain draft horses, thirty-two in 
number, for a four-gun battery, may be hired by the captains at 
the expense of the State. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 27 



21. Camp and Garrison Equipage. 

(a) Tentage, etc. 

(6) Mess outfits. 

(a) There are kept on hand at the State arsenal about nine 
hundred wall tents and one hundred and sixty wall tent flies, with 
tent poles and pins for same. During the past year the State 
has purchased two thousand one-half pieces of shelter tents, so 
called ; each piece is really a rubber blanket with a pocket on in- 
side for underclothing ; the edge and sides of each piece have eye- 
let holes for lacing. Ridge and upright poles were supplied to go 
with it. I watched the experiment of trying to use the rubber 
blanket as a shelter tent, and in most of the cases I noticed the 
parts where laced together along the ridge poles failed to make a 
water-tight connection. Some men placed the ridge poles so that 
the edges of the blankets pressed to one side of the ridge poles, 
thus allowing one-half to overlap the other, thus shedding the 
water. The latter is the way it was intended to be. I have great 
doubts of the wearing power of rubber blankets being used this 
wa}-, as the rubber backing will soon wear off, rendering it useless 
to shed water, and the material is not strong enough to hold the 
eyelet rings if submitted to much pull. 

(6) During the past year a board met and devised an emer- 
gency cooking kit, consisting of a nest of four tin boilers ; one 
gridiron, made about five feet long and fourteen inches wide, like a 
ladder ; two tin pans ; one dipper ; one quart cup ; two saucepans ; 
two steamers ; one can-opener ; one cleaver and one butcher knife, 
— about forty kits ; also one Buzzacott mess kit was exhibited. 
Twenty have since been obtained and twenty more are en route to 
the State arsenal. The results with emergency kit were good, and 
the Buzzacott kit is too well known to require criticism. 

22. Property Accountability, Nature of, — are Regulations 
in Regard to, strictly enforced? 

Every officer to whom property belonging to any of the depart- 
ments is issued has to give receipts to the issuing officer, corre- 
sponding to the latter's invoice of the same, and has to make 
semi-annual returns, except for medical property, to the Adjutant 
General, and for medical property to the surgeon general. 

The accounts of each officer are kept at the Adjutant General's 
office, and the books of his office are rigidly posted to date, so that, 
upon reference to the books, the accounts under all appropriations 
are evident at a glance. 



28 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

A company commander is allowed fifty dollars per annum 
responsibility money to cover losses that cannot be explained. 
"Worn-out property may be condemned by a board of survey, and 
disposed of as recommended, that bought of United States appro- 
priation being referred to the head of the proper department of the 
United States Army for final orders. All property as to condition 
is inspected by the inspector's department every year, and reports 
sent to the Adjutant General. 

23. Subsistence: Rations, Component Parts of; how fur- 
nished, HOW PREPARED. 

There is no regular ration provided by law. The officer or 
soldier has to provide his subsistence out of his pay. In camp 
the messes are let by contract to caterers, some cases regimen- 
tally ; in others the captains see to it, and one officer as caterer 
takes charge of the mess. The State has an emergency ration. 
Of this, one day's ration for fifty-eight men is sixty pounds of 
bread, sixty pounds of meat (cooked or raw), eleven and one-quar- 
ter pounds of coffee and eighteen pounds of sugar. Each captain is 
required to inform himself where he can get this ration at once for 
two days' supply. 

Under section 127, Law of 1893, the Commander-in-Chief may 
order rations to be issued to troops on duty, the cost of the same 
to be deducted from the pay of troops. In active service the 
emergency cooking kit and Buzzacott kit will be used. 



25. Stores. 

(a) Purchase of. 

(6) Amount required in addition to those now on hand, to 
enable the command to take the field for sixty days. 

(c) Medical supplies. 

(a) Stores, except medical, are purchased in time of peace by 
the Adjutant General in his dual capacity, represented by the 
quartermaster general and chief of ordnance, and medical stores 
by the surgeon general, usually in open market. 

(&) Camp equipment, 800 axes and helves, 800 hatchets and 
helves, 520 pickaxes, 2,500 shelter tents, or an equivalent in " A" 
ventilated tents. 

Artillery Ammunition. — Three-inch muzzle-loading guns, 2 bat- 
teries, 4 guns each, 8 in all; 160 canister, 160 time shell, 565 
percussion shell with fuses; 400 case shell, 160 solid shot, 1,650 
one-pound cartridges, 2,500 friction primers, 600 paper time fuses, 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 29 

10, 15, 20 and 25 seconds equal proportion ; twelve-pounder Na- 
poleon battery, 4 guns ; ammunition, 192 spherical case with Bore- 
man fuses, 142 solid shot, 700 friction primers. 

Equipment. — Artillery: 24 vent punches, 24 gunner's pincers, 
24 fuse wrenches, 16 fuse cutters, 8 fuse gauges, 36 tow hooks, 6 
long-handled shovels, 12 felling axes for caissons, 12 picks, 4 
pendulum hausses for twelve-pounder Napoleon gun. Small-arm 
ammunition : 21,000 ball cartridges, caliber .45", Springfield rifle ; 
10,000 ball cartridges, caliber .45", Springfield carbine ; 42,000 
ball cartridges, caliber .45", for Gatling guns. Of medical sup- 
plies there is probably enough on hand for sixty days. 



Field Exercises. — (a) The companies are assembled in their 
armories for drill and instruction once a week, which instruction is 
entirely practical, consisting of exercises in the school of the 
soldier and of the company, of instruction in guard duty, the for- 
mality of posting reliefs and relieving sentinels ; the officer, visit- 
ing the sentinel on post, questions and instructs them in the orders. 

The battalions of some of the regiments assemble in their 
armories once a month for battalion drill, but in others the com- 
panies are so scattered it is difficult to assemble them at all for 
drills, battalion and regimental ceremonies, except at the annual 
encampments. Each of the troops of cavalry has about three 
drills (dismounted) a month in its armory. 

The main reliance for drill and instruction of all arms is that 
provided by the annual encampments, where the usual routine of 
camp duty is carried out according to the list of calls, setting up 
drills and police of camp immediately after reveille, at stated hours 
guard mounting, drills and parades. 

The infantry was exercised in battalion and regimental drills 
and the same in open order. During one day of the camp, regi- 
ment marched as if into the enemy's country, with advance, rear 
guard and flankers ; and at the halt they were instructed in the use 
of the emergency and Buzzacott cooking kits, and in pitching the 
rubber cloth shelter tent. 

The regiments improved greatly from day to day in accuracy of 
work. The cavalry practised at mounted setting-up drills, troop 
and battalion drills, guard mounting and dress parade, and per- 
formed daily mounted patrol duty. They showed improvement 
from day to day. The light artillery were also exercised in 
mounted setting-up drill, in the usual ceremonies and drills of the 
school of the driver, of section, of platoons, of battery and bat- 
talion, making very fair progress, considering the fact that most 



30 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

of the horses were brought to camp green and unaccustomed to the 
work. 

Review, Governor's Day. 

On Friday, the next to the last day of the camp, His Excellency 
the Governor reviews the brigade troops in which all the command 
appear in order : first, infantry, each regiment followed by a 
Gatling gun moved and hauled by men of the regiment ; second, 
the light artillery ; third, the cavalry ; fourth, the signal corps ; 
fifth and last, the hospital corps, including ambulance. I attended 
the reviews of the two brigade camps, being temporarily on the 
staff of the governor. 

An additional review of the First Brigade was given in honor 
of Maj. Gen. Nelson A. Miles, U. S. Army, which I attended as 
one of the staff of the major general. It is needless to say that 
the command in each case looked and marched well, and presented 
the very finest military appearance, impressing the mind of a mili- 
tary man that the force was one that could be depended upon to 
do the best of work if required. 

The Corps of Cadets. 

The drills consisted of setting-up drills, police duty, drills in 
the school of the battalion and at open order, the company and 
battalion drills, and the usual ceremonies, guard mounting, dress 
parades and reviews. 

One forenoon was given by the First Corps of Cadets, fully 
equipped and carrying cooked rations, a march as if in the pres- 
ence of an enemy, with advance guard, flankers and rear guard, 
and upon arriving at the place occupied by the enemy attacked the 
place in battle formation ; and after that made coffee, had a field 
dinner and returned to camp. 

The police of the camp of the First Corps of Cadets was more 
than excellent, if such a thing were possible to be. Drills and 
ceremonies were executed very accurately. The impro\ement 
looked for daily while in camp could not be expected, as they 
were a well-drilled corps to start with. 

The Second Corps of Cadets are not all from one city, one 
company being from Salem and the other from Lowell, and, 
though well drilled in company manoeuvres and exercises, had 
opportunity and did show great improvement in battalion drill. 

In this corps more attention was given to the open order bat- 
talion drill and battle formation of battalion. 

These two corps were likewise reviewed by the governor, and 
marched and looked well. 



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Fall Field Day. 

The Militia Laws, section 106, provide that each command 
shall parade for instruction one day each year, at such time and 
place as the Commander-in-Chief shall designate. This day is 
usually devoted to field exercises ; one or more commands are 
called out to assemble at or near some town or grounds suitable 
for the purpose, and the troops exercised in approaching and 
defending the position, the marching when nearing the position 
being conducted as in the presence of an enemy, reconnoitring 
parties and scouts out, advance and rear guards and flankers. 

Last fall on this day all the troops were assembled near Boston, 
the men with ration in haversack and canteens. 

I learned from Brigadier General Peach's report that he, the 
senior brigadier general, per Orders No. 17, c. s., was instructed 
to take command of the troops arriving in Boston or located north 
of Beacon and School streets, and established his headquarters at 
Somerville at 9.30 a.m., ordered certain commands arriving to 
disembark at certain stations of his district, staff officers having 
been sent to those stations to give his orders to arriving com- 
mands. The troops thus meeting were organized into provisional 
brigade, and proceeded to an unoccupied field near Harvard and 
Cambridge streets. 

The column left this field at 12.35 p.m., and proceeded to the 
corner of Beacon and Exeter streets, where troops of the pro- 
visional brigade not belonging to the Second Brigade were sent 
to their respective organizations, General Peach giving up the 
command to Colonel Bancroft of the Fifth Infantry, in order to 
assume command of all the forces. 

I learned from Brigadier General Bridges' report that he at 
9.30 a.m. established his headquarters at Walpole Street, Boston, 
and later, 10.30 a.m., at Back Bay Fens. Staff officers were 
detailed at the various places of disembarking, to give orders, etc. 
After all the troops assembled they were practised in drill, those 
under Colonels Mathews and Clark in field and street movements, 
those under Colonel Bogan in street drills ; the Naval Brigade at 
street and electrical work, exploding torpedoes, etc. At 1.15 p.m. 
headquarters were moved to junction of Exeter and Marlborough 
streets, where the organizations of the brigade reported promptly 
at the designated hour ; the sharpshooters and distinguished marks- 
men formed on the right of their commands, and the brigades 
reported to Gen. B. F. Peach, Jr. 

From General Peach's report, he assumed command of all the 
forces at 1.30 p.m., and at 2.00 p.m. marched the forces over the 



32 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S KEPOET. [Jan. 

prescribed route, giving His Excellency the Governor a marching 
salute as they passed the State House. The total strength present 
consisted of 5,760 officers and men of all arms and corps, ninety- 
one per cent, of enlistment. 

No arrests were made for straggling or for other breach of 
peace. The discipline and deportment of the entire force were 
highly commendable, and can truly be rated as excellent. 

27. Personnel and Discipline. 

The personnel of the officers is excellent. Some of the higher 
officers have had honorable experience in our late war. All are 
gentlemen of intelligence, and many are graduates of the best 
schools and colleges in the State. The medical department espe- 
cially is composed of men having the highest reputations as 
physicians and surgeons in the country. 

The men are usually quite well educated, quick to learn and of 
good physical development ; in the latter respect great watchful- 
ness is given by the medical department, and, though a medical 
examination is not required in taking on recruits, men found not 
physically qualified are recommended for discharge. 

The discipline throughout is good. The greatest courtesy exists 
between officers, and enlisted men are carefully taught the neces- 
sity of saluting officers ; the junior officers also on meeting a 
senior always salute. The men are not allowed during the en- 
campment to remain about the officers' tents in familiar manner. 
During my visits, for four years, I have not seen a single case of 
drunkenness. 

In the First Corps of Cadets the discipline is very remarkable, 
and beyond my understanding. Duty is performed in an efficient 
manner, and all rules and regulations carried out to the very 
letter ; no disturbance of any kind occurred, and perfect obe- 
dience ; the whole camp seemed pervaded with the idea of how 
perfectly they can perform their military duties. 

28. Theoretical Instruction. 

There has been no purely theoretical instruction given the men. 
The officers have talks with the non-commissioned officers and 
men at times, on tactics, guard duty, etc. An officers' school was 
started the past year, and conducted by officers giving lectures on 
military subjects. I have read copies of the same, and find much 
matter in them useful to any officer, and consider the school quite 
a step in advance. 



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29. Guard Duty, how performed. Officers and Non-com- 

missioned Officers well instructed. Sentinels well 
instructed. any outpost duty. 

Guard duty is well performed in all the camps. In the two 
corps of cadets I found the officers and non-commissioned officers 
and men well instructed. In the brigade camps the guards were 
so large that I could not well judge from my opportunities how 
well the officers and men were instructed. The sentinels walked 
post in a military manner, and, from the. questions I heard a few 
sentinels asked, I should judge they needed more practice in this 
part of the instruction. The men were intelligent, and two or three 
tours of guard duty in camp would give them such experience that 
they could well be trusted with the most important duties. 

30. Target Practice : Cavalry, Artillery and Infantry ; 

Range and Gallery ; any held at Stations of Troops, 
any held in camp ; under what system of instruction, 
and Quantity of. 

The artillery have had no artillery practice for years, in conse- 
quence of having no range ; some of the men of one battery, Light 
Battery B, First Battalion, engage in small-arm practice. 

The infantry and cavalry arms give considerable attention to 
small-arm practice, and are instructed at their armories in aiming 
and sighting drill before going to the ranges. Nearly every city 
or town where there are troops have provided for them some kind 
of a range for small-arm firing. The system in respect to enforc- 
ing practice is voluntary ; the men desiring to qualify go to the 
ranges of their own accord, supervised by a commissioned officer, 
and are allowed to fire as much as necessary to qualify. Dur- 
ing the past year ninety per cent, of the whole force reached a 
rating of some classification. The system of instruction is that of 
the Blunt's rifle practice. 

The competition is as follows : — 

Distinguished Marksmen, Men of Certain Record. 

Sharpshooters, 3 ranges, 2 scores, . 22 out of possible 25, 200 yards. 

Sharpshooters, 3 ranges, 2 scores, . 24 out of possible 25, 500 yards. 

Sharpshooters, 3 ranges, 2 scores, . 25 out of possible 25, 600 yards. 
First-class marksmen, 2 ranges, 2 

scores, 22 out of possible 25, 200 yards. 

First-class marksmen, 2 ranges, 2 

scores, 22 out of possible 25, 500 yards. 



34 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Second-class marksmen, 1 range, 

2 scores, 18 out of possible 25, 200 yards. 

Third-class marksmen, 1 range, 2 

scores, 15 out of possible 25, 200 yards. 

Teams of twelve from each company, firing seven shots at two 
hundred and five hundred yards (annual competition), and the 
regiment whose team makes the highest score carries a tri-color on 
its colors for a year. The First Regiment of Infantry had this 
honor for 1895. Individual prizes are also given in the classes of 
sharpshooters and first-class marksmen. 

Distinguished marksmen's competition is also held ; it consists 
of firing seven shots at two hundred, five hundred and six hundred 
yards, estimating seven distances. Competitors making the fif- 
teen highest aggregate scores win prizes. Prizes are also given 
for estimating distances. Twenty-four companies won prizes of 
twenty-five dollars each for making a full enrolment of qualified 
marksmen, the company doing best getting fifty dollars, which was 
Company C, First Regiment of Infantry. 

31. Transportation, — Wagon, Railroad, River. 

Two wagons and one ambulance at State arsenal owned by the 
State. Any number can be obtained at once by hiring. Railroad 
and water transportation in great abundance everywhere in the 
State, especially ocean transportation in the way of ocean steamers. 

32. Military Code, Date of, etc. Do State Laws provide 
for State Troops being called into the Service of 
the United States? 

The latest book is entitled the Militia Law, dated 1893. It con- 
templates that the forces may be called into the service of the 
United States. The legal manner of so doing is not fully under- 
stood. 

33. Regulations, — Nature and Date of. 

The State has regulations similar to the army regulations of 
1878. They are of quite old date. 

34. Maps, — Scales and Character. 

The Adjutant General has certain maps, previously referred to, 
giving points of concentration, but no surplus ; other later ones 
are now completed, one of which he will forward to the war depart- 
ment. I send herewith a pocket map of Boston, which he gave me. 



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35. Armories, Location and Description. 

There are two armories in Boston, each for a regiment ; one 
in Worcester, one in Fitchburg, one in Lowell, one in Lawrence, 
one in Lynn, one in progress of erection at Springfield and an- 
other being built in Boston for the First Corps of Cadets. Each 
of the last five is fitted for a battalion of four companies. The 
general description, which will apply to each, is : they are built 
of brick and masonry, in solid manner, with a head house four or 
five stories high, each head house having defensive arrangement 
of towers, usually four in front, flanks and curtains, barred win- 
dows, and loopholes for small-arms. The head houses are divided 
off into suitable rooms for regimental, battalion and company 
headquarters, and arm and store rooms. On back of the head 
house is built a large, airy drill shed, also with barred windows 
and loopholes, divided into drill rooms, gallery-practice range and 
storerooms. There are no other armories built on defensive prin- 
ciples, but at each city or town, elsewhere than above named, 
where companies are stationed, there is some suitable hall leased. 
Said hall is fitted up along the sides and ends with closets for 
arms, clothing and equipage. There are thirty-six such cities and 
towns. 

36. Arsenals, — Location and Description. 

There is only one State arsenal, which is located at South 
Framingham. It is a brick building two and a half stories high, 
two hundred by forty feet, cellar of seven feet, first and second 
floors eleven feet high. The cellar is used as a storeroom for tent 
poles and packing boxes, the first floor for the superintendent's 
office, storeroom and artillery equipment property. The second 
floor has repair shops, clothing and infantry equipments. The 
attic is used for the storage of tents. 



Recommendations. 

After careful consideration and consultation with the higher 
officers of the militia of the State, I can think of no assistance 
that can be given the State militia under the present laws. 

I would recommend that the First Regiment of Infantry of the 
M. V. M., the one designated to be trained, instructed and exer- 
cised in heavy artillery, be allowed and encouraged to have its 
drills at Fort Warren, also that such artillery practice be at the 
cost of the State as the Commander-in-Chief, the governor of the 



36 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

State, may direct. Some of the officers and soldiers of this regi- 
ment understand the use of azimuth circles, the plotting of shots, 
and are prepared to do all the necessary work, even putting out 
the targets. 

A law permitting the exchange of muskets worn out in service 
is greatly desired by the Adjutant General of the State, and such 
a law is recommended. 

Respectfully submitted, 

(Signed) M. P. MILLER, 

Lieutenant Colonel, First Artillery, U. S?A. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 37 



REPORT OF THE SURGEON GENERAL. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Surgeon General's Office, Boston, Dec. 14, 1895. 

Maj Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General. 

Sir : — In accordance with section 19 of the militia law, I have 
the honor to forward to you herewith rm 7 report to His Excellency 
the Commander-in-Chief of the work of this office during the past 
year. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

EDWARD J. FORSTER, 

Surgeon General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Surgeon General's Office, Boston, Dec. 14, 1895. 

To His Excellency Frederic T. Greenhalge, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

Sir: — In accordance with paragraph 1781 of the regulations 
for the militia, I have the honor to present the following report of 
this office for the past year. 

My predecessor, General Burrell, owing to increased profes- 
sional duties incumbent upon him as assistant professor of clinical 
surgery in Harvard University, was compelled to tender his resig- 
nation on the 22d of April. 

You did me the honor to promote me, from the position of 
medical director of the First Brigade, to that of surgeon general. 
I was qualified on the 23d of April, since which time I have 
endeavored to carry on the office mainly on the lines laid down by 
General Burrell, ever having in view the increased efficiency of 
this department of the service. 

Examinations for State Aid. — The number of those examined 
has fallen of! from previous years ; ninety-seven have been ex- 



38 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

amined for the commissioners of State aid ; with scarcely an 
exception, the applicants appeared to be worthy but unfortunate 
men. As time goes on, the number of those, still uncared for by 
friends or State, who in the time of our country's peril freely and 
fearlessly exposed themselves to the chances of war, gradually 
but surely decreases. 

Association of Military Surgeons of the United States. — By 
Special Order No. 62, I was directed to attend the fifth annual 
meeting of this association at Buffalo, N. Y. I was accom- 
panied by Major Bryant, surgeon of the Eighth Infantry, Cap- 
tain Standish and Lieutenant Bell of the Ambulance Corps, 
Lieutenant Brown, assistant surgeon of the Second Infantry, 
and Lieutenant Chase, assistant surgeon of the Fifth Infantry. 
These officers attended at their own expense, contributed papers 
or took part in the discussions. I consider these meetings of 
great value to medical officers, both on account of the instruction 
received, and the expansion of their views, by contact with officers 
of the regular army and navy and the national guard of other 
States. A report of this tour of duty was submitted upon my 
return. 

Cliickamauga and Chattanooga National Military Park. — By 
Special Order No. 94, I was detailed as medical officer to ac- 
company Your Excellency and! the Massachusetts delegates to 
the dedication of this National Military Park. The delegation 
numbered seventy-two persons. The journey down was without 
accident. As we were leaving Chattanooga, on our return, one 
of the delegation, in jumping from a runaway carriage, sustained 
an injury to his foot, which necessitated the application of a 
plaster-of-Paris bandage and the subsequent use of crutches for 
some time. Another of the party died some days after our 
return. He had consulted me just as we were leaving New York, 
on the way home ; his condition was such that he was advised to 
at once return to Boston, and not remain over at Fall River with 
the delegation. His disease, in my opinion, was contracted before 
leaving home. 

Cotton States and International Exposition, Atlanta.- — I had 
the honor, as medical officer, to accompany Your Excellency and 
the Executive Council to Atlanta, G-a., and be present at the 
exercises on Massachusetts Day at the Exposition. The trip was 
made without accident or sickness of any kind. 

Relations with the Regular Services* — The cordial relations 
established with the offices of the surgeon general of the army 
and the surgeon general of the navy have been maintained. 
Any assistance or information desired has been promptly rendered. 




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As evidence of the interest shown in the work of medical officers 
of the militia, reference is made to the letter of Colonel Alden, 
assistant surgeon general United States Army, printed in Circu- 
lar No. 3, which is appended to this report, giving our medical 
officers the opportunity of attending certain exercises of the army 
medical school. 

Personnel. — The changes have been as follows : Resignations, 
one surgeon general ; one surgeon and one assistant surgeon (due 
to change of commanding officer) ; and one assistant surgeon. 
Discharged by reason of disbandment of organization, one assist- 
ant surgeon. Promotion, one medical director to be surgeon gen- 
eral. Appointments, one medical director, two assistant surgeons. 
One vacancy exists, — that of surgeon of one of the regiments. 

Board of Medical Officers. — The Board is composed of Lieu- 
tenant Colonel Hersey, president, and Major Marion. There is 
one vacancy, Major Foster having been relieved at his own re- 
quest, owing to extended leave of absence, with permission to 
cross the seas. During the past year, one appointee as medical 
director and two appointees as assistant surgeons have been 
examined and found qualified. 

Equipment. — A change in the equipment of medical officers 
has been instituted. Formerly only senior officers of organiza- 
tions were supplied and held accountable for property. It is now 
proposed to furnish all medical officers with an orderly pouch, a 
medicine case for emergencies, a pocket case of instruments, an 
hypodermic syringe and the necessary books and blanks. Every 
medical officer will thus be equipped and ready for any emergency 
call, and junior officers will learn the methods of acquiring and 
accounting for supplies, and the proper filling out of blanks and 
returns, — a subject about which, for want of experience, they are 
deficient. The contents of the orderly pouch have been revised 
and a tray of aluminum added, as suggested by General Burrell. 
New pouches have been purchased to equip the junior officers. 
The contents of the field medicine chests need careful revision ; 
when this is accomplished these will be issued to the senior officers 
of organizations, and remain permanently in their custody. Arti- 
cles as they are expended will be furnished by requisition on this 
office ; this will save much in the way of transportation of the 
chests to and from this office. It is also proposed to furnish each 
organization a supply or reserve chest for extra supplies, and 
such necessary articles as cannot be placed in the field chest 
or orderly pouch, as extra bandages, plaster-of-Paris bandages, 
dressings, splints, etc. The equipment of the medical officers of 
the naval militia should be changed, to correspond with that fur- 



40 ADJUTANT GENEKAL'S REPOKT. [Jan. 

nished medical officers of the regular navy. The emergency 
chest, of which a cut was given in last year's report, has met 
with general approval ; it was made of hard wood, and too heavy 
for easy transportation. It is proposed to make a new and much 
lighter one for use at the smaller encampments and by the Ambu- 
lance Corps, the present one to be kept at the State camp. 

Ambulance Corps. — A division of this corps has been present 
at each brigade encampment, and rendered efficient service. I 
would recommend that a small detachment be present at each 
encampment, as* an aid in teaching company bearers. I would 
also recommend that a detachment accompany each organization 
at its annual drill. At the request of the committee of arrange- 
ments of the Knights Templar Triennial Conclave, the corps did 
voluntary duty at the time of the parade of the knights, and 
added to its already well-earned reputation. The report of Capt. 
Myles Standish is appended. The corps is divided into two divi- 
sions, one stationed in^ Boston, the other in Lowell; the former 
is handicapped by the distance of its quarters from the resi- 
dences of a majority of its members, the latter by the lack of a 
sufficient number of lockers for the use of the men. The Naval 
Brigade, when stationed on board the u Minnesota," will make 
room in the south armory, a portion of which it is to be hoped 
will be assigned the Boston division. Experiments are in 
contemplation by which the bicycle can be utilized for quickly 
transporting men to the injured, and then made of service in 
transporting the latter on what would be a four-wheeled hand lit- 
ter. At my request, Captain Standish has revised the drill regu- 
lations of the corps; these, having been approved, will soon be 
issued in book form, for use by the corps and by medical officers 
in the instruction of company bearers. 

Company Bearers. — To establish " company bearers " as part 
of the militia system of the State, at my request the following 
paragraph was incorporated in General Order No. 6 : — 

IV. Company commanders, with the concurrence of the senior medi- 
cal officer of the command, will designate four privates for instruction 
as litter bearers. They will be known as " company bearers," and shall 
be instructed under supervision of the senior medical officer at least one 
half-hour daily while in camp, and such other times during the year as 
the commanding officer and the surgeon may deem advisable, in the 
duties of litter bearers and the methods of rendering first aid to the sick 
and wounded. 

This special instruction will not relieve them from the performance 
of all their regular military duties. They will give first aid to the sick 
or wounded or carry them to the rear until relieved by members of the 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 41 

Ambulance Corps or a medical officer. When so relieved they will 
immediately join their companies. 

When on duty where their services may be required, they will wear 
as a distinguishing mark a red brassard around the left arm, just above 
the elbow. 

Officers of the inspector general's department and medical inspectors 
at their regular inspections will specially examine the company bearers 
as to their efficiency in the litter bearers 1 drill, and the methods of 
rendering first aid to the sick or wounded. 

On requisition made to the surgeon general, senior medical officers of 
infantry organizations will be furnished with a sufficient number of 
litters and brassards. 

Reports of tours of duty by medical officers will contain the name and 
company of all company bearers. 

Much interest has been shown by those detailed for " bearer" 
work. 

Veterinary Officers. — These officers continue to save expense 
to the State, by a careful inspection of all horses to be used for 
military service, rejecting all found to be unsound. As the work 
of these officers is general, they should not be attached to any 
battalion organization, but to either brigade or State headquarters, 
preferably the latter, and detailed for duty whenever mounted 
troops are ordered for service. I recommend that such alterations 
in the law be made as are necessary to change the status of these 
officers. 

To state my views, I cannot do better than quote from the 
very able and valuable report of Lieutenant Osgood, printed last 
year : — 

The importance of the veterinarian in our own volunteer service 
having been already recognized and provided for in a measure by the 
passage of a bill by our Legislature in 1890, providing for such 
appointment, leads me to call your attention to the facts that since that 
time no steps have been taken to perfect the service ; that, if such estab- 
lishment is desirable, its efficiency should not be curtailed through want 
of further legislation. 

In considering, however, what legislation is necessary, if any, let us 
consider the changed conditions and what is expected of the veterinarian 
to-day, as well as what responsibilities will naturally be imposed upon 
him as the service is perfected, or in case the militia were ordered into 
active service. The general order issued by the Adjutant General's 
office requires that all horses reported for duty in the service of the 
artillery or cavalry shall be inspected prior to their leaving their home 
post. 

The regulations of the surgeon general's office are that at time of 
inspection all animals which are accepted shall be numbered and 
tagged, and a record kept of the name and address of the owner, 



42 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

color and sex of the animal, and in what condition received, which 
record is open to the inspection of the medical director or surgeon gen- 
eral. This, as has been pointed out, with the present force is im- 
possible, owing to the fact that one of the batteries of the brigade is 
stationed at Worcester, one at Lawrence and the cavalry at Chelmsford 

If the State's interests are to be protected, a veterinary surgeon 
should accompany each battery, whether transported by rail or marched 
over the highways. Accidents or sickness are liable to occur, resulting 
in the death of animals, for which the State is responsible, providing 
it does not take all reasonable precautions to, prevent such re- 
sults. . . . The eost to the State for the unnecessary loss of a single 
animal would more than provide for an adequate veterinary corps. 

During camp the veterinary surgeon's duties embrace the entire 
veterinary supervision of the brigade, which includes the frequent 
inspection of stables and horses, prevention and cure of disease, the 
dispensing and administration of all medicines and dressings. At the 
expiration of the tour of duty he should provide a veterinarian to be 
present with each command in case of accident or sickness, until such 
time as the animals are safely returned to their home post. 

Considerable saving could be made on hay, grain and straw if pur- 
chased in bulk, and issued to the different commands on the basis of a 
fixed ration. A large saving was made by the artillery staff in this way 
during the present year. These duties cannot all be attended to in a 
creditable manner, owing to the inadequate force. 

Blanks. — The blanks, arranged by my predecessor, have proved 
of value in systematizing the work of medical officers and this 
office ; while modelled after those in use by the army, they are so 
modified as to meet the wants of a State service. Many requests 
for sets have come from sister States, which have been promptly 
granted. 

Inspections. — A careful medical inspection of each encamp- 
ment has been made, and of the equipment of each medical officer. 
Reports of these inspections have been sent to each commanding 
officer, the inspector general, and a copy retained in this office. 
Having made some of the inspections last year as acting surgeon 
general, it was pleasant to find a steady improvement. 

Reports. — A report following each tour of duty is expected 
from the senior medical officer of each organization, and twice 
yearly (July and December) a property return v from all. These 
have been carefully made out, and, with but few exceptions, 
promptly rendered. 

State Camp Ground. — The hospital building needs some slight 
repairs, and water should be introduced. This is a want felt also 
by the Ambulance Corps, whose quarters are close by, and who 
have been obliged to go outside for a supply. Another bath 
house for the artillery and cavalry is much needed, and should be 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 43 

built. An arrangement should be made by which patients in the 
hospital may be supplied with food, and not be dependent upon their 
own organizations ; they could be supplied by the same caterer as 
the Ambulance Corps, if funds were available to pay him. Bath- 
ing facilities for the officers stationed at State and brigade head- 
quarters would add greatly to their comfort. 

Rations at Camp. — As the law now provides " that the Com- 
mander-in-Chief at his discretion may order rations issued to 
troops on duty and the cost of the same be deducted from the 
pay of troops," I would recommend that this be done, in the 
interest of economy to the troops, and saving them from much 
unnecessary illness by the elimination of many articles of diet 
which are injurious, but are now found at most of the messes. I 
am informed that a ration, not that of the army, but one suitable 
and sufficiently varied, can be furnished for $1.15 a day, per 
capita, when eight hundred or more are to be fed. I desire most 
heartily to second and renew the recommendation of General Bur- 
rell, that all alcoholic beverages be excluded, by order, from the 
quarters both of officers and enlisted men. 

Physical Examination of Recruits. — Voluntary examinations of 
recruits are maintained in some commands ; to secure the greatest 
efficiency of our State troops, such examinations should be manda- 
tory with all, and I so recommend. Whether medical officers should 
receive compensation for making them is a mooted question ; under 
existing conditions, a small per capita fee seems desirable. 

Library. — The books found in this office have been carefully 
arranged, and quite a number of special interest to medical offi- 
cers have been added. Through the courtesy of the secretary of 
State and others, a complete file of the reports of the Adjutant 
General and surgeon general has been secured. From the surgeon 
general of the army, reports of his office since 1875, and other 
valuable publications, issued by the general government, have 
been received. 

School for Medical Officers. — One session has been held, pre- 
sided over by Major Devine, surgeon of the Ninth Infantry. The 
valuable and interesting papers which were read and discussed 
have been printed by the Adjutant General and issued in circular 
form, for the information of the militia. 

Number of Medical Officers. — The change in formation, by 
which a regiment has three battalions, and these liable to be on 
separate duty, makes it desirable that each regiment should have 
three medical officers. I therefore recommend that another as- 
sistant surgeon be given to each regimental organization having 
three battalions ; and also that the battalion organizations of artil- 



44 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

lery and cavalry should, as formerly, each have an assistant sur- 
geon. 

I renew the recommendations of my predecessors, that assist- 
ant surgeons after five years of service be given the rank of 
captain. 

Tenure of Office. — One of my predecessors, General Kittredge, 
recommended that a medical staff corps be organized. For a 
militia service such a corps would, in my opinion, be a great mis- 
take ; medical officers should continue, -as now, to be regimental 
or organization officers, but their tenure of office should be depend- 
ent only upon good behavior and efficient service. First ap- 
pointments should be made only to the lowest grade, and promo- 
tions by selection from those already in the service. Applicants 
for a medical position in the militia might be examined by the 
Board of Medical Officers, and a list of those found qualified for 
appointment be kept by the surgeon general. A commanding 
officer having the appointment of an assistant surgeon should have 
the right to have the Board examine any candidate he might 
desire to appoint. I recommend that the necessary changes in 
the law be made, that tenure of office be solely dependent upon 
good behavior and efficient service. 

My thanks are due to the medical officers for the cordial sup- 
port which they have rendered me, and for the kindly way in 
which they have received suggestions and criticisms. 

The Commonwealth is to be congratulated that men of such 
ability as are its present medical officers can be found to enter its 
service, notwithstanding the uncertain tenure of their office, the 
want of any system of promotion, or increased rank, for years of 
devoted service. 

To Major General Dalton and to Colonel Capelle I am under 
obligations for many kindly offices and friendly advice. 

To Your Excellency I am indebted for the interest you have 
manifested in the work of this department. 






I have the honor to be, very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 



EDWARD J. FORSTER, 

Surgeon General. 



Field Medicine Chest and Case. 





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Appendix A 



PROVISIONAL SUPPLY TABLE, MEDICAL 
DEPARTMENT, M. V. M. 

Contents of Field Medicine Chest, as issued 1895. 

Bottle Compartment. 

Number 

Aconite tincture, 2 u\ triturate, 100 

Alcohol, 1 pint. 

Alum, 5 gr. tablet, 100 

Antifebrin, 5 gr. tablet, 200 

Bismuth sub-carb., 5 gr. tablet, 200 

Boracic acid, 5 gr. tablet, 100 

Brandy, half-pint. 

Brown mixture, triturate, 200 

Calomel, 2 gr. tablet, 100 

Camphor (2 gr.) and opium (1 gr.) tablet, 100 

Cathartic compound tablet, 100 

Cerium oxalate, 1 gr. tablet, . . . . . . . . 100 

Carbolic acid, 95%, 8 oz. 

Chloral hydrate, 5 gr. tablet, 100 

Cocaine, ^ gr. tablet, 100 

Diarrhoea, 4 gr. tablet, 300 

Digitalis tincture, 1 rq triturate, 100 

Dover's powder, 5 gr. tablet, 200 

Ergotine, 3 gr. tablet, 75 

Ether sulphuric, 1 lb. 

Ipecac, 5 gr. tablet, 100 

Lead acetate, 3 gr. tablet, 100 

Licorice powder comp., 1 lb. 

Liniment, U. S. A., tablet, 25 

Morphia sulphate, £ gr. tablet, 100 

Nitro-glycerine, t ±q gr. triturate, 100 

Opium, 1 gr., 100 

Peptonic tablet, 100 

Phenacetine, 5 gr. tablet, 100 

Podophyllin, £ gr. tablet, 100 

Potassium bromide, 5 gr. tablet, 200 

Potassium chlorate, 5 gr. tablet, 200 

Potassium iodide, 5 gr. tablet, 100 

Quinine sulphate, 3 gr. tablet, 100 

Salol, 5 gr. tablet, 100 

Seidlitz mixture, effervescing, 1 lb. 



46 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Number 

Soda bicarbonate, 5 gr. tablet, . . 200 

Soda salicylate, 5 gr. tablet, 200 

Strophantus tincture, 2 n\ triturate, 100 

Sulfonal, 5 gr. tablet, 65 

Tannic acid, 5 gr. tablet, 200 

Zinc sulphate, 5 gr. tablet, ........ 100 

Upper Drawer. 

Stethoscope. Ear syringe, hard rubber. 

Clinical thermometer. Mortar and pestle, glass. 

Davidson syringe. Nitrate silver, stick. 

Lower Drawer. 

Absorbent cotton, \ oz. Moist gauze, 1 roll. 

Adhesive plaster, 10 yds. Mustard plasters, 6. 

Ear speculum. Koller bandages, 6. 

Hand brush. Spatula. 

Medicine glass. Spoon. 

Ointment Drawer. 
Zinc oxide benzoinated, 2 oz. Petrolatum, 2 oz. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Surgeon General's Office, Boston, May 17, 1895. 
Circular No. 1. 

I. Senior medical officers of organizations will make requisi- 
tions for medicine chests and supplies for the annual tour of camp 
duty through medical channels direct to this office without delay. 
Requisitions should be in this office one week before the tour of 
duty. 

II. Medical officers will take to camp all property issued by 
this department, including books of record, etc. (written up to 
date), to be ready for inspection. 

III. Medical directors and surgeons of the Corps of Cadets 
and Naval Brigade will be furnished the emergency chest, meteor- 
ological instruments and disinfectants on requisition direct to this 
office. 

IV . In every case of a soldier arriving in camp unfit to prop- 
erly perform his duty, the surgeon will notify his commanding 
officer, on Form No. 13, of the facts, and at once send a duplicate 
through medical channels to this office. 

V. Medical officers will remember that they are personally re- 
sponsible for property in their charge ; they will request their com- 
manding officers to furnish necessary guards. 

VI. A commissioned medical officer will at all times be present 
with each organization. 



1896.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



47 



VII. Hospital stewards will not treat or prescribe for any cases 
of sickness except under the immediate supervision of a commis- 
sioned medical officer. 

VIII. Attention is called to the necessity of promptly forward- 
ing to this office Form No. 16, fully filled out in all cases of severe 
illness or injury occurring on the camp ground. This applies to 
civilians as well as to members of the militia. 

EDWARD J. FORSTER, 

Surgeon General. 
Approved : Samuel Daltox, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Surgeon General's Office, 

State House, Boston, Oct. 31, 1895. 



Circular No. 2. 



I. Medical officers are furnished with the following : — 



Field Case. 



Contents. 
Bistoury, curved, .... 
Catheter, silver, jointed, 
Director and aneurism needle, 
Forceps, artery and needle combined 
Forceps, bone, 
Forceps, bullet, 
Forceps, dressing, 
Forceps, ear, 
Forceps, catch, 
Knife, amputating, blade, 
Knife, amputating, handle, . 
Ligature silk, exp., spool h. r. case, 
Needles, surgeons', exp., h. r. case, 
Probe (Nelaton's), 
Saw blade, movable back, 
Saw handle, . 
Scalpel, 

Scissors, straight, 
Spud, .... 
Tenaculum, . 
Wire suture, silver, exp., 

In wooden case, with leather pouch 
and snap hooks. Articles marked exp 



no. 



no. 1. 

no. 1. 

no. 1. 

no. 1. 



no. 



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no. 1. 
no. 1. 

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no. 



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no. 1 

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and sling strap with buckle 
are expendable. 



48 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Pocket Case. 

Contents. 

Bistoury, curved, no. 1. 

Bistoury, straight, no. 1. 

Director, grooved, no. 1. 

Ear spoon and hook, no. 1. 

Forceps, dressing, "... no. 1. 

Forceps, snap, * no. 1. 

Probe, silver, no. 1. 

Scissors, no. 1. 

Ligature, silk, exp., loop 1. 

Wire suture, silver, exp., loop 1. 

Needles, no. 6. 

In leather case. 

Orderly Pouch. 

Contents. — Medicines. 

Ammonia, aromatic spirit, exp., oz. i. 

Benzoin, compound tincture, exp., . oz. i. 

Brandy, exp. (in aluminum flask), O \. 

Ether, exp., . O |. 

Iodoform, exp. (in h. r. sprinkler), oz. i. 

Tablets, corrosive sublimate, exp., ...... 100. 

Sundries. 

Bandages, assorted, exp., 1 dozen. 

Bandage, gauze, 15 yds. , r exp., no. 1. 

Brush, hand, exp., no. 1. 

Catheter, No. 8, no. 1. 

Cotton absorbent, exp., \ oz. 

Gauze, exp., 5 yds. 

Ligatures, silk, carbolized, exp., 1 bottle. 

Plaster, adhesive, \ inch, 10 yds., exp., 1 roll. 

Pins, assorted, exp., 1 paper. 

Pins, safety, exp., 1 paper. 

Tourniquet, rubber, • no. 1. 

Razor, no. 1. 

Spoon, tea (aluminum), no. 1. 

Splint wood, exp., . . . 2 pieces. 

Towel, no. 1. 

Articles marked exp. are expendable. 



1896.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



49 



Medicine Case. 

Contents. 

Potassium, bromide, tablets, gr. x, no. 35. 

Digitalis, tincture, tablets, m i, no. 35 

Quinine sulphate, tablets, gr. iii, no. 35. 

Camphor (2 gr.) and opium (1 gr.), . . . tablets, gr. iii, no. 35. 

Pepsin comp., tablets, gr. iii, no. 35. 

Tannic acid, tablets, gr. v, no. 35. 

Acetanilid, tablets, gr. v, no. 35. 

Opium, tablets, gr. i, no. 35. 

Cathartic compound, tablets, gr. iii, no. 35. 

Nine bottles in leather case, contents expendable. 



Hypodermic Syringe. 

This syringe, in aluminum case with chamois cover, has as acces- 
sories, besides two needles and extra wires, one tube of each of the 
following hypodermic tablets : — 



Nitroglycerine, 


• gr- -*h 


Cocaine hydrochlorate, 


• gr. \ 


Morphine sulphate, 


: • • • gr. i 


Atropine sulphate, 


• gr- T 5o 


Pilocarpine hydrochlorate, .... 


• gr. 1 


Strychnine sulphate, 


. . . . gr. J 5 



The needles, wires and tablets are expendable. 
The medicine case and hypodermic syringe are habitually carried 
in the orderly pouch. 

II. Medical officers will be held to a strict accountability for 
all hospital or medical property and supplies in their charge. 

III. Prompt requisition on this office through medical channels 
will be made for expendable articles as soon as the supply issued 
is exhausted. 

IV. Articles lost or injured not expendable will be promptly 
reported to this office, setting forth fully the cause of loss or 
injury. 

Edward J. Forster, 

Surgeon General. 



50 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Surgeon General's Office, 

State House, Boston, 23 Nov. 1895. 
Circular No. 3. 

The attention of medical officers is called to the following letter 
and programme, just received at this office : — 

[Copt.] 

War Department, Surgeon General's Office, 
Washington, Nov. 16, 1895. 

Gen. E. J. Forster, Surgeon General of Massachusetts, State Capitol, 

Boston, Mass. 

Sir : — I have the honor, by direction of the Surgeon General, to forward 
you the enclosed programme of the coming session of the Army Medical 
School, which has just been published. 

Referring to communications from the former Surgeon General, State 
of Massachusetts, General Burrell, in regard to the admission of medical 
officers of the volunteer militia to the school, the Surgeon General would 
most heartily favor such a proposition, but it is proper to point out that, 
as you will see from the printed programme, much of the instruction given 
at the school would not be applicable to the needs of your service. The 
spaces for students in the pathological and chemical laboratories are en- 
tirely filled by our own student officers, nor would such instruction be 
specially desirable for gentlemen of the volunteer militia, since similar 
instruction could be obtained more conveniently in Boston. 

If any medical officer of your service desires to avail himself of any part 
of this instruction that is available for him, such as the lectures and instruc- 
tion in hospital corps drill and first aid, his application, approved by 
you, will be submitted to the Secretary of War by the Surgeon General, 
cordially approved. 

The lecture rooms of the school are always open to officers of your 
service who may chance to be in the city, and they will be very welcome. 
Very respectfully, C. H. Alden, 

Assistant Surgeon General, U. S. Army. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 51 

[Copy.] 
ARMY MEDICAL SCHOOL, WASHINGTON, D. C. 

Session of 1895-96, beginning Nov. 18, 1895, ending March 13, 1896. 

Order of Duties. 

Daily, except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays : 

9 a.m. to 12 m., . . Instruction in Pathological Laboratory. 

I p.m. to 2.50 p.m., . . Instruction in Chemical Laboratory. 
3 p.m., .... Lecture. 

Saturdays : 

9 a.m. to 10.15 a.m., . Instruction in Hospital Corps Drill and 
First Aid at Washington Barracks, D. C. 

II a.m. to 12m., . . Instruction in Equitation at Fort Myer, 
Va. There are no exercises on Sundays, Thanksgiving Day, Decem- 
ber 25 to January 1, inclusive, and Washington's birthday. 

The lectures will be delivered as follows: 
Duties of Medical Officers, . Mondays. 
Military Surgery, . . . Tuesdays. 
Military Medicine, . . . Alternate Wednesdays. 
Military Hygiene, . . . Thursdays. 

Hours for instruction in Operative Surgery will be designated by the 
Professor of Military Surgery. 

Auxiliary Lectures. 

Military Law, Lt. Col. G. B. Davis, Dep. Judge Adv. 

Gen., Prof. Mil. Law, U. S. Mil. Acad- 
emy, March 2 to 6, inclusive. 

Mental Diseases (Clinical), . at Govt. Hospital for Insane, Washing- 
ton, Fridays, Nov. 29, Dec. 13, Jan. 3 
and 17. 

The Army Medical Library, . Dr. Kobert Fletcher, F.R.C.S., Eng., 

Wednesday, Feb. 19. 

Parasites in Man, . . . Prof. C. W. Stiles, Ph.D., Dept. Agri- 
culture, Wednesdays, Nov. 27, Dec. 11, 
Jan. 8 and 22. 

Instruction in Optometry, . to be hereafter announced. 
Due notice of any change of programme will be posted on the bulletin 

board. Walter Reed, 

Major and Surgeon, U. S. Army, 

Secretary of the Faculty. 

Any medical officer desiring to avail himself of the opportunities 
thus afforded will confer with the Surgeon General in person or by 
letter. 

Edward J. Forster, 

Surgeon General. 



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Roster, tin, 
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Urine analysis case, 
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Brand, Med. Dept, . 
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Hospital Furnishings. 
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REPORTS OF MEDICAL OFFICERS. 



Headquarters First Brigade, M. V. M., 
Boston, Oct. 9, 1895. 

Brig. Gen. Edward J. Forster, Surgeon General of Massachusetts. 

Sir : — I have the honor to forward to you the reports of the 
medical officers of First, Second and Sixth Infantry, also of the 
First Light Artillery and Troop F, Cavalry, First Brigade 
M. V. M. 

The tour of duty of the First Brigade at Framingham, June 4 
to 8 inclusive, from my stand-point was a great success. 

After the first day the weather for work was all that could be 
desired. 

There was very little sickness. The sanitary conditions of the 
camp were good, I might say first class, the regimental quarters 
being kept clean. There might be an improvement in the cleanli- 
ness of some of the sinks. 

The order and discipline of the men of the whole command was 
something of which any officer of the brigade should be proud. 
I give this opinion from experience with good men in active 
campaigning. Order and discipline have much to do with the 
health of men while doing military duty, and the discipline of the 
First Brigade had much to do with the health of the command. 

My duties while in camp were made very pleasant by the 
universal kindness of the medical staff. 

I am, most respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Robert A. Blood, 

Lieutenant Colonel and Medical Director, 

First Brigade, M. V. M, 



64 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Headquarters Second Brigade, M. V. M., 
Boston, Mass., July 31, 1895. 

Brig. Gen. Edward J. Forster, Surgeon General of Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to submit the following report of 
the medical department of the Second Brigade, M. V. M., during 
the encampment at South Framingham, from the 22d to the 27th 
of July, 1895. 

The weather during the week was all that could be desired. 
With the exception of a light shower on Monday, 22d, no rain fell 
until Saturday, 27th, and then not for some time after all the 
troops had left camp. The nights were cool, and the days not too 
warm for good military work. 

Weather observations were taken three times a day, by the 
brigade hospital steward, Dr. William Bryant. The highest tem- 
perature recorded was 85°, the lowest 61°, and the mean average 
for the five days was about 70.6°. 

The new cage for the meteorological instruments is very neat, 
compact and convenient, and a great improvement over the old 
one in looks, and also for the safe-keeping of the instruments 
when in use. 

The health of the brigade was excellent, as shown by the follow- 
ing summary report : — 

Fifth Regiment Infantry, whole number sick and excused from 
a part or the whole duty for the five days, nineteen. Two of these 
men were discharged for physical disability before the close of 
this tour of duty, one for " mitral obstruction following articular 
rheumatism, the other developed hernia on Friday," and was sent 
home for treatment. 

The Ninth Regiment reported one officer disabled by kick from 
a horse and two enlisted men excused from duty by reason of 
illness ; about fifty men were treated during the week for minor 
ailments, incident to camp life. 

The surgeon of the Eighth Regiment reported none excused 
from duty by reason of sickness for the entire five days. 

Battery A, Light Artillery, reported eleven sick during the 
week ; one, however, was a musician, he was sent to brigade hos- 
pital for treatment, next morning he was so much improved, and 
there being no arrangement for food for convalescents in this hos- 
pital, he was returned to quarters and later to duty. 

The First Battalion Cavalry, but six men excused from duty 
by reason of injury or sickness during the week. A total of one 
officer and thirty- eight enlisted men excused from duty in the 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 65 

brigade during this tour of duty, — a much smaller number than 
for many years past. 

This healthy condition in camp was doubtless due in part to the 
weather, but largely to the yearly improvement in the class and 
quality of men enlisted, and especially so in the new recruits to 
our State militia this year. 

Sanitary and Policing. 

I made a careful inspection of camp between 9 and 10 o'clock 
a.m. daily, accompanied by the surgeons. I found no tendency 
among the various officers on duty to draw dividing lines, each 
organization appearing to assist the other in having the policing 
thoroughly done, and in consequence the grounds were at all times 
kept very neat and clean. The grounds around the kitchens and 
mess houses were especially well kept, due in part, at least, to the 
fact that one caterer was employed by a majority of the companies, 
and to his willingness to cooperate with the officers in preventing 
the servants from throwing swill and dishwater upon the ground. 
The washing places, after Tuesday, were not used for dumping 
purposes, and therefore were kept in much better condition than in 
former years. The bath house in the rear of the Fifth Regiment 
was well patronized. I would in this connection suggest that a 
similar bath house be erected in a convenient place for the use of 
the mounted troops. 

The sinks, used by the officers and enlisted men of the line 
were not kept in as good condition as last year, owing to the lack 
of a proper supply of copperas. Men with teams from the arsenal 
came around with dry earth three times a day, as usual, but I found 
it quite impossible to get the copperas until Friday, and then it 
was thrown into the vaults dry, instead of dissolving it and pour- 
ing the solution over the excrement before the loam is put in. It 
should also be thrown upon the walls of the vaults, especially at 
each end, where the urinals are. 

As soon as the reports of the surgeons are all in, I will forward 
a copy of them to your office. 

I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Freeman C. Hersey, 

Lieutenant Colonel and Medical Director, 

Second Brigade, M. V. M. 



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1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 67 

Brooklinb, Mass., Aug. 1, 1895. 
Lieut. Col. Freeman C. Herset, Medical Director, Second Brigade. 

Sir : — In accordance with your suggestion to prepare a special 
report on bathing facilities for troops at the State camp, South 
Framingham, I have the honor to submit the following. 

The present facilities consist of a small building containing 
stalls provided with wooden wash tubs. Water is piped to the 
bath house from a pond, and enters the tubs through rubber hose 
pipe. Ex-Surg. Gen. H. L. Burrell, then medical director, First 
Brigade, who secured for the troops this bath house, intended it 
only as an experiment, to determine whether or not bathing 
facilities would be appreciated. The almost tropical weather in 
which the two brigades are obliged to perform camp duty keeps 
the present inadequate and primitive bath house in constant use. 
That more commodious and improved facilities should be pro- 
vided, at both ends of the camp ground, that the mounted troops 
also may share the benefits, should be, it seems to the writer, the 
logical outcome of General Burrell's experiment. 

It is found that the best modern arrangement for baths for 
troops requires the abolition of tubs and the adoption of the 
shower bath, or, as it is termed, the " rain bath," comparatively 
little known in this country, but the advantages of which are so 
obvious that its rapid and successful general introduction may 
confidently be predicted ; in fact, New York and Boston have 
recently begun to introduce the system as the best one for their 
free public baths. 

One feature of their construction is novel and of considerable 
importance, i.e., the inclined angle at which the shower is placed, 
the object being to avoid a vertical stream striking the head of 
the bather. Among the advantages of the rain bath over the 
tub bath are the following : — 

It saves much valuable time in taking a bath, so a given 
number of stalls will accommodate a greater number of men. 

The tonic and mechanical effect of the shower is superior to 
that of the tub bath. 

The body of the bather does not come in contact with soiled 
water or surfaces, thus preventing the possibility of communi- 
cating disease. 

It economizes water, the shower consuming but from three to 
five gallons per minute, while the tub bath requires forty-five to 
sixty gallons. 

The first general use of rain baths was made in German 
military barracks. Pettenkofer's " Handbook of Hygiene " states 



68 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

that experiments with tub baths for soldiers proved unsuccessful, 
and his conclusion was that the rain bath was the best adapted to 
the needs of the military service. 

In constructing rain baths the floors of the building should be 
made of some impervious material, e.g., Portland cement, and 
the floors of the bathing stalls should be sunk in the form of a 
basin from four to six inches deep, with rounded angles, to serve 
for foot baths ; a short stand pipe is used for plug and overflow. 

It is not proposed to use any hot water in the rain baths at the 
State camp, but each bather could be furnished a little cheese- 
cloth bag of powdered soap. Each stall would be provided with 
a door, to fasten inside, clothes hooks and a cuspidor. It is 
believed the present bath house might be altered at reasonable 
expense, and enlarged, and so made adequate for half a brigade ; 
its distance, however, from the other end of the field, makes it 
advisable to locate a second bath house at some point more 
accessible to the mounted troops, who now complain of their lack 
of bathing facilities. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

H. Lincoln Chase, 

First Lieutenant and Assistant Surgeon, 

Fifth Regiment Infantry, M. V. M. 



Headquarters First Corps Cadets, M. V. M., 
Boston, July 22, 1895. 

Brig. Gen. Edward J. Forster, Surgeon General of Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to submit the following report of 
the medical department of the First Corps of Cadets during the 
encampment at Hingham, from the 13th to the 20th of July, 
inclusive. 

The weather during three days was disagreeable. Fogs in the 
early morning, with occasional showers during the day and a low 
evening temperature, made a marked contrast with the good 
weather which the corps has usually had, and which prevailed 
during the other days of the camp. The meteorological observa- 
tions, a record of which is enclosed, were taken by Asst. Surg. 
Charles M. Green. The mean average of the thermometer for the 
week was 67.29, — a lower average than has prevailed for many 
years. 

The health of the command was good, although the number of 
calls on the medical department for slight ailments was much 
greater than usual, owing to the dampness and cold of the weather 
during a part of the week. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 69 

A daily morning inspection of the camp was made, in company 
with the officer of the day. The dietary for the day was examined. 
The food was, as usual, simple in character and well cooked. 

In accordance with General Orders No. 6, A. G. O., privates 
were detailed by the company commanders as litter bearers. 
These details reported daily at 12 o'clock, except on one day when 
the weather did not permit, and on another day when special work 
ordered by the commanding officer prevented. Instruction was 
given by Assistant Surgeon Green. Absence of some of the men, 
owing to guard detail and other special work, which necessarily 
prevented any regular attendance, rendered any very practical 
result from such attempt at instruction being obtained. 

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

William L. Richardson, 

Major and Surgeon, 
First Corps Cadets, M. V. M. 



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Headquarters Second Corps Cadets, M. V. M., 
Salem, Aug. 20, 1895. 

Brig. Gen. Edward J. Forster, Surgeon General of Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to forward the following as the 
report of the medical department of the Second Corps of Cadets, 
M. V. M., for the week of August 5-10 inclusive, 1895. 

Monday, August 5, was the fall drill, and the remainder of the 
week the annual encampment. 

The health of the command was excellent, in fact, it was with- 
out exception the best since my connection with the corps as 
surgeon. Only three cases of heat prostration during the whole 
week ; not one of these proved to be at all serious, all three being 
able to do full duty in a short time. 

For the first time, and in accordance with General Order No. 6, 
this battalion had company bearers appointed to act as an am- 
bulance corps, and the medical department of this command feel 
proud of their work for the week. Ever}' day, for from one-half 
to one hour, these men were drilled in the exercises and duties 
required of them as company bearers. Lectures were given by 
the surgeon and the assistant surgeon, and drills by the hospital 
steward. These sixteen men were very enthusiastic, and eight of 
the number already have the emergency corps badge ; the rest are 
anxious to secure the same, and will just as soon as they can hear 
the remaining lectures and pass the required examination. 

This year showed a decided improvement over any other as 
regards the condition of the grounds in and about the camp. 

The garbage casks were also an innovation, and when removed 
every day served 'to keep sweet and clean that portion of the cook 
house area. 

The building of the ice house this year proved to be a wise 
procedure. 

The water supply was, as last year, excellent, the purity of the 
water and the abundant quantity of the same being sufficient for 
all demands. 

The food, both as regards the quality and quantity, was all that 
could be desired. 

The sinks,' disinfected this year by the copperas solution, were 
a decided improvement over any former year. 

The weather throughout the week was all that could be desired, 
and the meteorological report is enclosed with this report. 

I desire to call attention to a few recommendations : — 

1. That the red brassards for the Second Corps of Cadets be 
edged with white, so that they can be seen better when worn on 
the red coat. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 73 

2. That racks be provided for airing the mattresses, as^ when 
piled up, as is now the practice, only the top one gets airing. 

3. That bathing be compulsory, and that a certain time be 
given to the men for this purpose. 

I have the honor to be your obedient servant, 

Benj. R. Symonds, 

Major and Surgeon, 
Second Corps of Cadets, M. V. M. 



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1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 75 

Headquarters Naval Brigade, M. V. M., 
Solth Armory, Boston, Aug. 19, 1895. 

Sir : — I have the honor to submit the following medical report 
of the tour of duty performed by the Naval Brigade, M. V. M., 
July 29 to Aug. 3, 1895. 

The brigade was quartered on the receiving ship " Wabash" and 
the monitor " Passaic," at the Charlestown Navy Yard, the en- 
listed men sleeping in hammocks on the " Wabash." It was 
intended to send two divisions on each of the first four evenings 
down the harbor to camp for the night on one of the islands, but 
on account of the weather this was done on two nights only. A 
medical officer accompanied each expedition. 

On Wednesday the Second Battalion went to sea in United 
States steamship " Raleigh," for target practice. Both assistant 
surgeons and the apothecary were detailed for duty on this occa- 
sion. 

The messing arrangements were the same as last year, being 
under the management of the equipment yeoman, a professional 
caterer. After two years' experience it seems safe to pronounce 
this plan an unqualified success, an abundance of wholesome, well- 
cooked food being provided, at a low price, — less than one dollar 
a day per man. 

Being quartered on national vessels, the sanitary arrangements 
were of course beyond our control, but I believe they were in every 
way satisfactory. 

The bathing facilities were excellent, the men being allowed by 
the commandant to bathe morning and evening at the farther end 
of the yard. 

The sick bay of the " Wabash" was placed at our disposal. 
The baymen, one from each of the eight divisions, reported at 
sick call, and were instructed in first aid, etc., by the assistant 
surgeons. 

This tour of duty was, medically speaking, almost entirely 
devoid of interest. There were no accidents and very little sick- 
ness indeed, and that, for the most part, of trivial character, only 
two men being put on the binnacle list during the week. 

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Gardner W. Allen, 
Surgeon, Naval Brigade, M. V. M. 

To the Surgeon General. 



76 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Headquarters Ambulance Corps, M. V. M., 
Boston, August, 1895. 

Brig. Gen. E. J. Forster, Surgeon General. 

Sir: — I have the honor to report that, in accordance with 
permission received from State headquarters, the Ambulance 
Corps did a full day's duty on the occasion of the Knights 
Templar parade on the 27th of August. The corps was divided 
into small detachments, and placed at stations along the line of 
march. The day's duty was in every way satisfactory. There 
were attended during the day by the different stations seventy 
individuals. These cases were generally cases of slight attacks 
of heat-exhaustion ; nevertheless, there were a number of severe 
cases, including one fracture of the skull, one fracture of both 
bones of the leg, two cases of fracture of the clavicle, two 
fractures of bones of the arm, two cases of apoplexy, three of 
epilepsy, etc. The services rendered were so highly appreciated 
by the recipients that in three cases the men on duty were 
offered a ten-dollar bill by the injured man. The money was in 
all cases declined by the men to whom it was offered. The corps 
has also been presented with a gold medal by one of the visiting 
Knights Templar, as a token of his appreciation of the services 
rendered to the Knights on that day. 

Yours respectfully, 

Myles Standish, 
Captain Ambulance Corps. 



Boston, October, 1895. 
Brig. Gen. E. J. Forster, Surgeon General. 

Sir : — I have the honor to report that the Ambulance Corps 
performed its annual drill on October 7 at Lowell. 

The entire command arrived on the South Common, where the 
day's duty was done, at 10 a.m. The morning hours were devoted 
to pitching, striking and packing the hospital tents. This was 
done a number of times. As the corps has never had any practice 
in this work except on two occasions before, I deemed it best to 
devote its whole forenoon to it. 

The mid-day meal was taken on the field. In the afternoon 
there was an exemplification of the entire machinery of caring for 
the wounded behind the fighting lines. Wounded men were 
placed among the trees on the hill on the north aide of the Com- 
mon, the supposition being that a charge had been made up the 
hill, and the line of battle had passed over the hill and gone 
beyond. A dressing station was established in the hollow between 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 77 

two hills, for protection from stray bullets coming from the battle 
beyond. Squads of litter men went out up the slope and brought 
in the wounded. First dressings were applied under the charge 
of Lieutenant Bell at the dressing station ; the wounded were then 
placed in the ambulance and taken to the rear, where they were 
delivered to the field hospital. Here Lieutenant Rolfe had an« 
operating table spread under a tent fly, and permanent dressings 
were applied to all the cases, and the patients transferred to beds 
in the hospital tent adjoining. 

It was the most instructive day's duty the corps has ever per- 
formed, and the work itself was done in a manner to please a 
critical observer. 

The Boston division left Lowell at 6.30 on the return trip. 
Respectfully, 

Myles Standish, 
Captain Ambulance Corps. 



78 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



CONVENTION OF ASSOCIATION OF MILITARY 
SURGEONS OF THE UNITED STATES, 

at Buffalo, N. Y., May, 1895. 



Surgeon General's Office, Boston, 14 June, 1895. 

Sm : — I have the honor to report that, in compliance with 
Special Order No. 62, c. s., I represented the medical department 
of the militia at the fifth annual meeting of the Association of Mili- 
tary Surgeons of the United States, at Buffalo, on the 21st, 22d 
and 23d of May. 

Fifteen of our medical officers are active members of the asso- 
ciation ; of this number, there were present, besides myself : Maj. 
Giles W. Bryant, surgeon Eighth Infantry ; Capt. Myles Standish 
of the Ambulance Corps; Lieut. O. J. Brown, assistant surgeon. 
Second Infantry ; Lieut. H. L. Chase, assistant surgeon Fifth In- 
fantry ; and Lieut. R. E. Bell of the Ambulance Corps. 

Papers were read by Captain Standish and Lieutenants Brown 
and Chase ; these will appear in the printed proceedings of the 
association. All the papers were valuable, and well received. 
That of Captain Standish, entitled " Color the canvas of hospital 
tents," called attention to the deleterious effect upon the eyes of 
patients caused by the glare of the white canvas of which the hos- 
pital tents are made. " Effect and treatment of heat and sun- 
strokes at camp of instruction," was read by Lieutenant Brown, 
and " Measures for the prevention and suppression of dangerous 
contagion in garrison and in the field," was read by Lieutenant 
Chase. 

The value of these meetings, bringing together military surgeons 
from all parts of the Union, including national guardsmen, officers 
of the regular army and navy, can hardly be over-estimated. 

The members of the regular services acknowledge the benefit de- 
rived from meeting their confreres of the militia ; and, if such be 
the case, how much more can the militia surgeons learn from those 



1896] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 79 

whose life work is military sanitation. To the surgeon generals of 
the different States the benefit of learning from each other how 
each State maintains its medical department is great, for by com- 
parison of methods new ideas are gained. 

An invitation was extended to the association to meet in Boston 
in 1896 ; but, as the new president was the surgeon general of 
Pennsylvania, it was decided to meet in Philadelphia, leaving Bos- 
ton for a later time. 

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

EDWARD J. FORSTER, 

Surgeon General. 
Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General. 



80 ADJUTANT GENEEAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



EEPOET OF THE JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL. 



Judge Advocate General's Office, 
Boston, Dec. 27, 1895. 

Maj Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General, State House, Boston, 

General : — I have the honor to submit my report for the 
current year. 

William H. Ruddick, first lieutenant, Battery A, was tried 
before me upon charges and specifications preferred by Capt. 
Dexter H. Follett, Battery A, and my report and recommendations 
thereon have been filed with you. 

Pursuant to orders directing me to investigate the condition of 
Battery A, in accordance with recommendations made by Gen. 
Benjamin F. Peach, Jr., for the purpose of ascertaining the cause 
of the unsatisfactory condition and lack of harmony prevailing in 
said battery, I held numerous sessions and examined extensively 
the affairs of the company, and made my report thereon to you. 

Lieut. Frank B. Parsons, Company D, Naval Brigade, was 
tried before me upon charges and specifications preferred by 
Capt. John W. Weeks, Naval Brigade, and my findings of facts 
in relation thereto were reported to you. 

In compliance with Special Orders No. 72, an investigation 
relative to the accidental shooting of John J. Donohue at the 
burial services of the late General Cogswell, in Salem, was made 
by me, and my report filed with you. 

The court-martial proceedings against John Holland, Company 
D, Battalion of Cavalry, were sent to me for review, and my 
report thereon has been made and sent to you. 

Very respectfully, 

EDGAR R. CHAMPLIN, 

Judge Advocate General. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 81 



BOARD OF MILITARY EXAMINERS. 



State House, Boston, Dec. 31, 1895. 
Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General of Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to submit the following report of 
the transactions of the Board of Military Examiners for the year 
ending Dec. 31, 1895. 

The Board has held fourteen meetings during the year. The 
total number of examinations was eighty- nine ; of these, eighty- 
one were approved by the Board upon first examination, five were 
conditionally passed to reappear and upon subsequent examination 
were approved, three were rejected. 

Forty-six of the entire number were officers who had previously 
appeared before the Board for examination for a lower grade. 

Respectfully, your obedient servant, 

BEN J. F. PEACH, Jr., 

Brigadier General, President of Board. 



82 ADJUTANT GENEEAL'S EEPORT. [Jan. 



CHATTANOOGA AND CHICEAMAUGA. 



Boston, Oct. 1, 1895. 
To His Excellency the Oovernor and Honorable Council. 

I have the honor to submit the following report of the trip of 
the Massachusetts delegation to Chattanooga and Chickamauga, 
in accordance with Resolve 114 of the Legislature of 1895. 

In accordance with the order of your honorable body, passed 
June 13, 1895, I took charge of the arrangements for the 
delegation. Many letters and notices were sent, and personal 
interviews held, and the final arrangements completed and 
arranged in book form for the convenience of the delegation. 

The party left Boston on the afternoon of September 16, at 
5.10, for Fall River, taking train on the morning of the 17th 
instant for Chattanooga, where they arrived during the morning 
of September 18, and were quartered at the Read House. 

On the afternoon of September 18 the delegation proceeded in 
carriages to Orchard Knob, and dedicated the monument erected 
by the State to the memory of Massachusetts men who fell in the 
battles around Chattanooga. The monument was decorated with 
flowers and flags. His Excellency delivered a most eloquent 
address, and presented to the regimental associations of the 
Second and Thirty-third Massachusetts Volunteers one each of the 
silk flags that decorated the monument. They were given in 
charge of the delegates of those organizations, to be deposited, on 
their return home, with the president of each association. 

September 19 the delegation proceeded in carriages to Chicka- 
mauga, and took part in the ceremonies of dedication of the 
National Military Park. 

September 20 the delegation took part in the parade at 
Chattanooga, and left for return trip at 8 that evening. 

September 21 the delegation made a short stop at Natural Bridge 
and Luray Caverns, in West Virginia, and arrived at midnight in 
Washington, D. C. After a carriage ride about the city, the 
delegation left at 11 a.m. for New York, arriving at the Fall 
River boat at 4.30, and reaching Fall River in the early morning 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 83 

of the 23d instant. Here they were received and handsomely 
entertained by the city authorities. The delegation reviewed the 
First Regiment of Infantry, M. V. M., which was performing its 
fall field day in Fall River, and arrived in Boston in the evening. 

The following property, purchased for the trip, has been turned 
over to the quartermaster general's department : 1 State silk flag ; 
1 dress coat, infantry (made for color-bearer) ; 1 black helmet, 
infantry (made for color-bearer). 

The two silk flags which were used to decorate the monument 
at Chattanooga, and which were presented by His Excellency to 
the Second and Thirty-third Regimental Associations, are in the 
hands of said associations. 

Schedule attached, marked "A," gives the names of the 
delegates who went to Chattanooga. Those marked with a star 
were not present. 

All correspondence and papers connected with the trip are on 
file in this office. 

I desire to express my thanks to the entire delegation for many 
courtesies, and their efforts to well represent the old Common- 
wealth. 



Respectfully submitted, 



SAMUEL DALTON, 

Adjutant General. 



[A.] 

Massachusetts Delegation to Chickamauga and Chattanooga, 

Sept. 19 to 23, 1895. 

The following is the State representation under resolve of the Legis- 
lature. Those marked by * are unable to attend : — 

His Excellency Frederic T. Greenhalge, Governor of the Common- 
wealth ; Brig.-Gen Albert O. Davidson, Commissary General ; Col. Fred 
W. Wellington, Judge Advocate General ; Col. August H. Goetting, As- 
sistant Inspector General; Col. Cyras A. Page, Assistant Adjutant Gen- 
eral ; Col. James A. Lakin, Assistant Adjutant General ; Col. Benjamin 
S. Lovell, Assistant Adjutant General; Col. George F. Hall, Inspector 
General of Rifle Practice ; Col. Charles Kenny, Assistant Quartermaster 
General ; His Flonor Roger Wolcott, Lieutenant Governor of the Com- 
monwealth; * Hon, William M. Butler, President of the Senate; * Hon, 
George von L. Meyer, Speaker of the House of Representatives.* 

Committee of Executive Council.— Ron. Cyrus Savage, Second District ; 
Hon. Francis II. Raymond, Third District; Hon. B. Frank Southwick, 
Fifth District; Hon. Alvan Barrus, Eighth District. 



84 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Heads of State Departments. — Hon. William M. Olin. Secretary of 
State ; Hon Edward P. Shaw, Treasurer and Receiver General ; Hon. 
John W Kimball, Auditor of Accounts ; Hon. Hosea M. Knowlton, At- 
torney General.* 

Committee on Military Affairs. — Of the Senate : Hon. Joseph B. Mac- 
cabe, Hon. George A. Reed, Hon. Michael B. Gilbride. Of the House: 
Representatives Franklin O. Barnes, Charles F. Sargent, Robt. A. Rich- 
ardson, George E. Fowle, Francis M. Kingman, Joseph B. Knox, Theo- 
dore K Parker, Frank L. Wadden. 

Joint Special Committee. — Of the Senate : Hons. Robert S. Gray, 
Marciene H. Whitcomb, Percival Blodgett, George L. Gage, Edw. 
G. Frothingham, Jos. J. Corbett, Joseph O. Neill, Geo. A. Galloupe, 
William H. McMorrow. Of the House : Representatives Stephen 
C. Warriner, John J. O'Connor, John T. Shea, Alfred S. Roe, Louis 
P. Howe, J as. F. Creed, Clarentine E. Ferson, George T. Sleeper, 
Henry F. Rice, Otis Foss, Chas. P. Bond, Daniel W. Allen, Robert Duddy, 
Arthur L. Spring, Saml H. Mitchell, John D H Gauss, Richard W. 
Irwin, Charles F. Light, David F. Slade, Geo. L. Wentworth, Henry D. 
Sisson, Geo. A. Hibbard. 

Officers of the Legislature. — Henry D. Coolidge, Clerk Senate ; * 
Edward A. McLaughlin, Clerk House; J. G. B. Adams, Sergeant-at- 
Arms. 

Delegates (representing second and thirty-third Regiments of Mass. 
Volunteer Infantry). — Second Mass. Volunteers: Delegates William 
H. Hall, Geo. W. Morse, Dexter Butterfield. Thirty-third Mass. Volun- 
teers* Delegates Allen G Shepherd, Albert C. Stacy, Sylvanus C. Smiley. 

In charge of delegation, Adjutant General Samuel Ualton ; surgeon to 
delegation, Surgeon General Edward J. Forster; color-bearer State 
colors, Color Sergeant XV. D. Huddleson, First Regiment Infantry, 
M. V. M. ; messenger to delegation, in charge of baggage, Thomas F. 
Marlowe. 

Mr. A. J. Simmons, Agent Baltimore & Ohio System, will have charge 
of transportation. 






1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7, 85 



REPORT OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL OF RIFLE 

PRACTICE. 



Office of Inspector General of Rifle Practice, 
Boston, Dec. 19, 189o. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General, Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to submit herewith the report 
covering the operations of this department for the season of range 
work closing October 31, and for the year closing Dec. 31, 1895. 



Departmental Orders. 

The routine of the year has followed, in the main, the lines laid 
down in 1894. The few deviations from former methods that 
were considered advisable will be found noted, under their 
respective headings, in the body of this report. The orders and 
circulars bearing upon this department and its work were as 
follows : — ^ 

General Order No. 1 (paragraph IV.), dated January 11, 
corrected a transposition of figures in the report of this depart- 
ment for 1894. General Order No. 2, January 11, published the 
general provisions for the rifle work of the year. Circular, 
February 9, announced the conditions of a voluntary revolver 
competition for commissioned and non-commissioned officers, held 
at the South Armory, Boston, March, 12, 13. Circular, March 9, 
published the target assignments at Walnut Hill, together with 
the rules governing military firing upon that range. General 
Order No. 5 (paragraphs XIX., XX.), April 27, laid down 
regulations for the use of the State range at South Framingham, 
and (subject to the option offered in paragraph XI., General 
Order No. 2, above noted) directed that regimental competitions 
be shot during the period of the several encampments. General 



$6 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Order No. 9, August 10, contained the details of officers for 
special duty at the State general competition of September 2, 
and announced the rules governing that event. Circular, Sep- 
tember 2, gave specific information relating to the system adopted 
for the conduct of the State general competition. General Order 
No. 10 (paragraph VI.), September 3, prescribed the collar 
insignia (fatigue) to be worn by regimental- and battalion in- 
spectors of rifle practice. 

Figuee of Merit. 

The experience of my first year as chief of this department 
brought the conviction that a change in the method of computing 
the annual figure of merit was not only desirable but necessary. 
In my last report, wherein was given the efficiency rating of the 
entire State service for the years 1887-94, inclusive, the computa- 
tion embraced not only the marksmen of record in the light 
artillery, ambulance corps, signal corps and corps of musicians 
attached to regimental and battalion headquarters, but also such 
marksmen as had been discharged from the service after qualifica- 
tion, but prior to the close of the target year. Furthermore, 
certain extra points of credit were given for such marksmen as had 
won individual prizes or had held places on winning teams. 

By the conditions obtaining this year (General Order No 2, 
paragraph X.), the figure of merit is based upon the standing 
only of such marksmen of record as are actually in service on 
October 31, no credit being given for the large number of 
qualifications recorded by men subsequently discharged ; per- 
mission to qualify was not extended to the light artillery, the 
ambulance and signal services or headquarters musicians ; and the 
custom of adding extra points for individual distinction in matches 
was discontinued. 

This departure from former conditions naturally has tended to 
lower the aggregate of the points representing the rifle efficiency 
of the force ; yet the rating as now given is far more valuable, as 
indicative of the actual condition of the troops. The figures for 
the year just closed demonstrate that steady and persistent work 
has been done by the officers of this department ; and it is worthy 
of note that the Eighth Infantry and First Corps Cadets, notwith- 
standing the more rigid requirements of the present system, have 
won higher ratings than those held by them in the year preceding. 

As a matter of record, the figures of merit for the past nine 
years are given herewith, though the altered conditions of the 
season just closed render difficult any satisfactory comparison 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 87 

between the rating for 1895 and the results recorded in the years 
immediately preceding : — 

Points. 

1887, 5,193 

1888, 6,249 

1889, 7,121 

1890, 7,078 

1891, 8,096 

1892, 9,690 

1893, 12,716 

1894, ......... 16,113 

1895 (new rules), . 15,085 

Qualifications. 

The degrees of proficieney prescribed for qualification in the 
several classes of marksmanship remain unaltered. Marksmen in 
the cavalry arm of the service are restricted (General Order 
No. 2, paragraph IV.) to the use of the carbine, and, as an offset 
to the limitations of that weapon, are allowed one point on each 
score at two hundred yards, and two points on each score at the 
mid-ranges. In 1894 cavalrymen were given the option of 
qualifying either with the infantry rifle or with the carbine, in the 
latter case being allowed one point only on each score at ranges 
beyond two hundred yards. 

As noted in an earlier portion of this report, the qualifications 
of the year were confined to the infantry, cavalry, naval brigade 
and members of the staffs of the Commander-in-Chief and brigade 
commanders. By this limitation a considerable sum, formerly 
expended in ammunition, decorations, etc., for members of 
organizations not actually armed with the rifle or carbine, was 
made available for more practical use. At the same time the 
actual efficiency of the force as a whole was not appreciably 
lessened, since those debarred frorh qualifying by this innovation 
are not required, in the performance of their legitimate duties, to 
exhibit a proficiency with small-arms. Leaving out of consider- 
ation the portion of the force thus debarred from qualification, the 
records of the year show that 4,661 officers and men, or 84.95 per 
cent., were classed as marksmen of record on October 31. This 
would seem to be a satisfactory return for the time, energy and 
money expended in the province of this department. 

Compulsory Qualification. 

I feel compelled to renew my recommendation of last } 7 ear, that 
qualification in at least the lowest grade of marksmanship be made 
compulsory. Granting the gratifying fact that by unremitting 
effort on the part of the officers of this department, supplemented 



88 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

by the invaluable assistance of the greater portion of the company 
commanders and subalterns of the line, a large percentage of the 
establishment yearly is qualified,, it yet must be conceded that the 
best possible results have not been, nor can they be, attained 
under the present system. 

Neither officers nor enlisted men are permitted to absent them- 
selves from the drills required by law without' incurring the only 
penalty to which recourse can be had, — discharge, for the " best 
interests " of the service ; still less should they be permitted 
wilfully to neglect the all-important duty of fitting themselves for 
the intelligent and effective use of the weapons intrusted to their 
keeping. No company commander will continue to carry upon his 
rolls the name of a man so hopelessly awkward in his execution of 
the manual of arms as to lower the standing in drill of his com- 
pany ; yet it is a grim fact that officers may be found who are 
willing to retain in their commands men of absolute worthlessness 
from the stand-point of rifle efficiency. Elsewhere in this report 
I have, though most reluctantly, tabulated certain company scores 
which illustrate with startling distinctness the negligence of which 
portions of the force have been proved capable. 

The troops are being instructed to-day in accordance with the 
latest drill regulations of the United States Army. Under those 
regulations the highest degree of intelligence and training is 
demanded not only from those in commission but also from the 
non-commissioned officers and privates. In the extended order 
drill, the combat system of to-day, the very essence of success 
lies in the unshaken self-reliance of every individual in the fighting 
line ; and this indispensable element can be based on nothing else 
save the tried and proven control of each man over the weapon 
with which he is armed. To deploy for attack a company of 
unskilled marksmen, in these days of scientific warfare, is but to 
pave the way for inevitable discomfiture ; to repel attack, with 
such material in hand, can be but an utter impossibility. 

And if the second function of the State troops be considered, 
its status as the buttress on which rests secure the civil power of 
the Commonwealth, then none the less is the same skill with 
weapons required. The readiness of our militia to stand firm in 
the defence of law and order never has been questioned ; its 
absolute ability to maintain that attitude ought to be rendered 
indisputable. A widespread knowledge that the military and 
naval forces of Massachusetts are, to a man, capable of making 
every bullet find its billet, would be worth more, as a wholesome 
deterrent to lawlessness, than volumes of prohibitory statutes. 

If, in the matter of rifle qualifications, the present system of 
permitting men to use their discretion is to prevail in future, then 



1896.1 PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 89 

a great portion of the energy and enthusiasm of the officers of this 
department and of the line must continue to be wasted in the 
thankless task of attempting to mould into serviceable form a 
mass of resisting material. If, however, officers can be relieved 
of the heavier portion of their burden, that of practically driving 
to the rifle range the indifferent men of their commands, then by 
so mucli the more will they find themselves free to concentrate 
their efforts upon the thorough and scientific training absolutely 
demanded by the conditions of modern military development. 

It is true that this proposed cjiange is a radical one, but 
Massachusetts has not shrunk, in the past, from discarding the 
obsolete in favor of the new and practical. It is evident that, 
under the system hitherto prevailing, the limit of accomplishment 
has nearly if not quite been reached. I therefore am emphatically 
in favor of taking the step that yet remains towards rendering 
complete the efficiency of our service. 

Efficiency versus Incompetence. 

As illustrative of much that has been written in this and 
previous reports, I have thought it expedient to submit for 
inspection certain team scores made in the authorized regimental 
competitions for 1895. 

Of the scores below tabulated, the first is to be credited to 
Company H (station, Springfield) of the Naval Brigade. It was 
made on Walnut Hill range, August 2, and stands as the record 
company team score of the year. As a well-merited recognition 
of ability in marksmanship, I give the names and rank of the ten 
members of this most efficient team. 

The second and third scores following were made by the com- 
pany teams which respectively ranked second from the foot, and 
lowest, in the competitions of the year just closed. Upon consid- 
eration, I purposely have omitted not only the names of the com- 
petitors but also the regimental and company designations. 

Company H, Naval Brigade (200 yards, off-hand). 



Seaman Bucholtz, . 


4 


5 


4 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


— 48 


Lieutenant Crossman, 


5 


4 


4 


5 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


5 


— 45 


Seaman A. J. Perkins, 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


— 42 


Seaman Hodskins, . 


5 


4 


5 


4 


5 


4 


4 


3 


4 


4 


— 42 


Boatswain's Mate Brown, 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


— 41 


Ensign Barr, . 


4 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


— 41 


Coxswain Colburn, . 


4 


4 


4 


3 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


— 41 


Seaman Buchanan, . 


4 


4 


3 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


— 41 


Lieutenant Cohn, 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


3 


— 41 


Seaman L. H. Perkins, . 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 


4 


5 


2 


4 


5 


— 39 
























421 



90 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Company 

Private 

Private 

Corporal 

Sergeant 

Musician 

Private 

Private 

Private 

Sergeant 

Corporal 



Regiment Infantry (200 yards, off-hand). 



Team score, 



3 


4 


4 


3 


2 


4 


3 


2 


4 


4 — 


33 


4 


2 


2 





4 


4 


2 


4 


3 


3 — 


28 


3 


3 





3 








5 





2 


2 — 


18 





4 


2 


2 


2 








3 


2 


2 — 


17 


4 


2 











4 


2 





2 


2 — 


16 





2 


2 








3 


3 








4 — 


14 


2 





2 


2 


2 


3 








2 


— 


13 








3 








4 








2 


2 — 


11 











3 

















— 


3 





























— 






153 



Company 

Lieutenant — 

Corporal — 

Private — 

Sergeant — 

Corporal — 

Private — 

Private — 

Corporal — 

Private — 

Private — 



Regiment Infantry (200 yards, off-hand). 



Team score 







5 


5 


4 


4 


3 


4 


4 


3 


2 3 






3 


4 


3 


3 


5 


4 


2 


4 


4 4 









5 





3 


2 


2 


3 


5 












2 





3 








2 





4 
























3 





2 


















2 








2 






























3 
























2 


















2 








0- 














































37 

36 

20 

11 

5 

4 

3 

2 

2 





120 



A critical analysis of these scores well may prove instructive. 
With the fact in mind that a u 5 " or a " 4 " actually represents 
the equivalent of a dangerous body wound, it is evident that the 
team of the Naval Brigade, with its opening round, would have 
put out of action ten of its opponents ; the twenty shots of the 
first round by the combined infantry teams would have disposed 
of but three. Or, further (since a " 5 " may be taken as the exact 
equivalent of a fatal cranial wound), let it be assumed that the 
men were firing at an enemy protected by an epauiment, and ex- 
posing the head only ; in that case the ten men of Company H, 
with an expenditure of one hundred rounds, would have killed 
twenty-eight of the enemy, wliile the twenty infantrymen taken for 
the purposes of this comparison would have accounted for but six, 
after firing two hundred rounds, — and even then, as is perfectly 
apparent from the evidence offered by the scores themselves, these 
six casualties would have been attributable purely to chance shots. 
Further comparison is needless. It must be seen, by even the 
most casual inspection of the above records, that a body of marks- 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. 91 

men trained in the use of its weapon can confidently face odds of 
two — even of three — to one, provided its opponents are superior 
only in numerical strength. 

The regulations for Massachusetts troops direct (paragraph 
2344) that, in case of firing against rioters, pains shall be taken 
to make the fire effective only as against those who are actually 
engaged in the riot; further (paragraph 2346), the use of any 
ammunition save ball cartridge is prohibited ; and, yet further 
(paragraph 2351), it is directed that any rioter seen to fire a shot, 
etc., shall be brought down, not by an indiscriminate volley, but 
by " a marksman, firing by order at that man." It is pertinent to 
ask if a company of such marksmen as those whose scores are 
shown in the last two tables above would be apt to prove more 
destructive to the lawless mob immediately in their front, or to the 
innocent citizens upon the streets or in their houses, hundreds of 
yards away from the scene of trouble. 

Regimental Competitions. 

With three exceptions, — the Eighth and Ninth Regiments of 
Infantry and Second Corps Cadets accepting the option offered by 
General Orders No. 2, paragraph XL, — regimental and battalion 
competitions for company teams were held during the camp tour 
of the several commands. The summarized results will be found 
in the statistical appendix to this report ; but it may be stated in 
this connection that the skill displayed by the eighty-eight compet- 
ing teams gave satisfactory proof that, as a class, the company 
officers had devoted no little time and attention to the proper train- 
ing of their men. It is a matter for regret that there were found 
exceptions to this broad general statement ; but it is hoped that 
the officers of delinquent companies may realize their unenviable 
position, and see to it that in the competitions of the coming year 
their commands are in condition to achieve results that shall be at 
least above the plane of the ridiculous. 

In the regimental competitions of 1894 the teams from the com- 
panies were made up of seven competitors ; by the conditions pre- 
scribed in 1895 such teams were increased by three. This change 
proved of two-fold benefit, inasmuch as it offered a stronger incen- 
tive to practice by the enlisted men, in the hope of securing a 
coveted team position, and at the same time furnished a far more 
trustworthy basis for judging the actual shooting strength of the 
various companies. 

The practice of conducting such competitions during the progress 
of encampments has certain advantages, of which the most evident 



92 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

is the considerable saving of the departmental fund, due to non- 
expenditure for transportation and extra-duty pay. On the other 
hand, the demands of routine camp work, together with other ob- 
vious causes, tend to lower the standard of matches shot under 
such conditions, and I shall arrange that the matches of the com- 
ing year shall be conducted as separate tours, with the legal pay 
and transportation allowance. 

State General Competition. 

Under the provisions of General Order No. 9, the State 
general competition for 1895 was shot at Walnut Hill range, on 
Monday, September 2. Specific directions and rules for the 
conduct of the competition were embodied in a circular issued by 
this department on that date. The conditions of this year's 
competition did not differ materially from those of former seasons. 
Regimental and battalion teams, however, were increased in 
membership from twelve to fifteen (for reasons analogous to 
those leading to the increase in company teams, as before noted) ; 
the number of competitors to be mentioned in orders also was 
subjected to a like increase ; the fifteen ranking scores by sharp- 
shooters who never previously had won medals were recognized 
by individual decorations ; a special competition was introduced 
for teams from the cavalry arm ; and regimental inspectors were 
relieved from firing with their respective teams, to the end that 
they might more freely devote their attention to the general per- 
formance of their range duties. 

The scores credited to the several competing teams as a result 
of this day's shooting are of such a high order of excellence as to 
call for official commendation. I invite your inspection of the 
detailed report appended, feeling that the figures therein exhibited 
prove most conclusively the present serviceable condition of the 
force. I regard the annual State general competition as a most 
valuable adjunct to the work of the target year, and think it 
gratifying that such keen interest in its result is shown by the 
commands of the State. I would, however, caution commanding 
officers against allowing the wholesome spirit of generous rivalry 
to become supplanted by the fierce desire to win at any cost. The 
attributes of the true sportsman are closely akin to those of the 
typical soldier ; the sport itself should be held of more importance 
than the mere winning of the prize, however desirable that prize 
may be. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 93 

State and Local Rifle Ranges. 

The important provisions of section 90, chapter 367, Acts of 
1893, are properly complied with by the civil authorities of the 
cities and towns within whose limits are stationed the units com- 
posing the military force of the State. No command is now able 
to plead insufficient range accommodations in extenuation of poor 
marksmanship. The ranges provided vary in degree from excel- 
lent to barely satisfactory, yet on any of them proper instruction 
in the elementary principles of rifle firing can be given. In my 
report of last year I stated that the authorities of the city of 
Boston had taken favorable action upon a petition having in view 
the securing of a modern and well-equipped range for the use of 
the large portion of the force stationed in that city ; I now am 
gratified at being able to report that the sum of $125,000 has 
been appropriated for this purpose, and that it is probable that 
the coming year will see progress made upon, this most desirable 
undertaking. Proper credit should be given to His Honor Mayor 
Curtis for the deep interest shown by him in this matter, and he 
should receive the assurance that such action on the part of those 
high in civil authority meets with due appreciation from those in 
the military service of the State. 

Without again enumerating the reasons shown in my previous 
report, I must renew my recommendation that the State secure 
land for a model range, to be devoted to the uses of the establish- 
ment as a whole. It does not comport with the dignity of the 
service that State general competitions should be held upon 
civilian ranges, nor can proper freedom of action be enjoyed on 
such grounds. The new range, when secured, should be so 
situated as to permit of skirmishing practice with ball cartridge, 
and should afford opportunities for safe instruction in the im- 
portant matter of volley firing. 

Condition of Small- arms. 
Whether or not the small-arms in the hands of the troops are in 
a thoroughly serviceable condition is a matter of very vital interest 
in the operations of this department, since satisfactory shooting 
can be done only with accurate weapons, and the use of worn or 
injured rifles can result in nothing better than discouragement and 
disgust. It is true that the best of the rifles in the possession of 
a company commonly are employed in the instruction of the men ; 
but this system has its vicious aspect, for every man should have 
his own particular rifle, and should be encouraged to become 
familiar with all its peculiarities, instead of being trained to shoot 



94 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



with one weapon, and then having another and a strange one 
issued for his permanent keeping. Knowing that, of the 6,330 
Springfield rifles drawn from the government since 1876 (the date 
of discarding the Peabody, calibre .433"), no less than 3,900 (61 
per cent.) had been drawn at periods prior to 1880, and therefore 
had been in service for a length of time varying from sixteen to 
twenty years, I directed commanding officers,- when forwarding 
the reports for* the target year, to state also the number of un- 
serviceable rifles carried upon their property accounts on October 
31. I respectfully invite your attention to the consolidated return 
appended, showing the number of rifles thus reported. It is true 
that the term " unserviceable" must not be construed as meaning 
that a rifle is in such ruinous condition as to call for the action of 
a condemning board ; it means, however, that its accuracy is so 
severely impaired as to handicap heavily the efficiency of the man 
in whose hands it is placed. It will be noted that the infantry 
rifles are the only arms reported in poor condition ; the cavalry 
drew their carbines in 1884, and thus are armed with compara- 
tively new weapons, while the Lee rifles in the hands of the Naval 
Brigade were drawn as recently as 1893. I desire to express my 
appreciation of the quartermaster general's action in causing 
liberal issues of new rifles to be made during the past year, and I 
would recommend that the same policy be followed during the 
coming season, to the end that every man required to qualify 
himself for efficient service may be provided with a thoroughly 
reliable weapon for the accomplishment of that purpose. 

Consolidated' Return of Unserviceable Rifles. 



ORGANIZATION. 


Hqr. 


A 


B 


C 


D 


E 


F 


Gr 


H 


I 


K 


L 


M 


Total. 


Staff, First Brigade, 
Staff, Second Brigade, . 
First Infantry, . 
Second Infantry, . 
Fifth Infantry, 
Sixth Infantry, 
Eighth Infantry, . 
Ninth Infantry, 
First Corps Cadets, 
Second Corps Cadets, . 
Naval Brigade, 
Cavalry, . 


2 
2 


10 

6 

3 

12 

10 


10 

3 

1 

15 

12 


31 

4 
2 


15 

1 

5 


26 
25 


19 

29 
3 

1 


16 
25 


41 

2 
12 
25 

2 


20 

30 

3 

13 


15 

10 

1 

6 


2 

36 

8 

25 


32 
3 

10 


2 

2 

271 

62 

14 

162 

68 

3 




584 



1896.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



95 



The Service Revolver. 

The officers and non-commissioned staff officers of the various 
commands have shown a commendable interest during the year in 
the matter of completing their equipment by the purchase of the 
regulation revolver. The subjoined table exhibits the revolvers 
owned by officers of the different organizations, as reported on 
October 31. The conditions governing revolver qualifications 
have not been changed since last year, and the report of the quali- 
fications for 1895, published in the appendix to this report, will 
show what progress has been made in this branch of military 
marksmanship. In March last a competition was held over the 
revolver range of the South Armory, Boston, under the auspices 
of this department. Twenty-four officers and non-commissioned 
officers entered the match, and as an initial effort it was a pro- 
nounced success. Similar competitions will be arranged for the 
coming year, with a view to the further encouragement of practice 
with this effective weapon. 



Service Revolvers owned by Officers. 



ORGANIZATION. 


Hqr. 


A 


B 


c 


D 


E 


F 


O 


H 


I 


K 


L 


M 


Total. 


Staff, Commander-in-Chief, . 


6 


























6 


Staff, First Brigade, . 


3 


























3 


Staff, Second Brigade, 




19 


























19 


First Infantry, 




15 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


1 


3 


3 


49 


Second Infantry, . 




6 


3 


1 


3 


1 


3 


- 


1 


2 


1 


3 


1 


1 


26 


Fifth Infantry, 




9 


3 


3 


2 


- 


3 


3 


3 


3 


1 


3 


3 


3 


39 


Sixth Infantry, 




12 


3 


1 


3 


2 


3 


3 


3 


- 


3 


2 


3 


3 


41 


Eighth Infantry, . 




1 


3 


2 


3 


1 


2 


3 


3 


2 


- 


3 


2 


3 


34 


Ninth Infantry, 




9 


3 


3 


3 


3 


2 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


3 


44 


First Corps Cadets, 




11 


3 


3 


3 


3 


















23 


Second Corps Cadets, 




1 






1 




















2 


Naval Brigade, 




8 


3 


3 


2 


- 


4 


5 


1 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


28 


Cavalry, . 




7 


3 




~ 


*" 


~" 


3 


"• 


~ 


~ 




"" 


"" 


13 


Aggregate, 


327 



The Departmental Fund. 

The increased appropriation of the year past has proved suf- 
ficient, with proper economy, for the more pressing needs of the 
department. The allowance to companies has been made in pro- 
portion to their demonstrated efficiency. Under the system in 



96 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

effect in 1894, each company received 500 rounds of ball ammu- 
nition (practically equivalent to a cash allowance of $10), and on 
further requisition a money grant of $50 for the purchase of extra 
ammunition. By the method this year adopted no ammunition at 
all was issued, and the money allowance was fixed at the rate of 
$1.40 for each marksman of record borne upon the company rolls 
on October 31. The result of the new arrangement was the direct 
encouragement of qualifications, since the company which qualified 
its full complement of 61 officers and men received a cash allow- 
ance of $85.40 (an increase of $25.40 over the maximum allowance 
of the year preceding) , while the company which, for example, 
qualified no marksmen at all, received what it had merited, — no 
allowance whatever. 

The experience of 1894 leads me to believe that, with the same 
fund at my disposal during the season before me, I can meet in a 
proper way all reasonable demands made upon the resources of 
this department. 



The Department and its Officers. 

In the main, I would repeat my comments on the scope of this 
department, made in my report of last year, again calling attention 
to the exceptional ability and indomitable, perseverance demanded 
from those who would fill its subordinate positions alike with credit 
to themselves and to the service. No officer can perform his 
duties in this department without disproving the oft-quoted saying 
that staff officers in the volunteer service are intended rather for 
ornament than use. No commanding officer should for a moment 
forget that the inspector on his staff is commissioned to aid him in 
developing the full fighting strength of his command, nor should 
he allow this appointment, with its attendant responsibilities, to 
be held by any indifferent or incapable officer. 

The statistics given in the later portion of this report will serve 
to show, in a certain degree, the amount of work, together with its 
relative effectiveness, that has been performed by the officers of 
the department within their several limits. Taken in its entirety, 
it furnishes a year's record of work faithfully done. The expe- 
rienced eye will note the places where weakness has been devel- 
oped, and to such places the attention of the inspectors of the 
department is called, to the end that the coming year may be 
marked by the correction of the errors detected in the experience 
of the year now closing. 

I still feel that the usefulness of the department would be en- 
hanced by the appointment of an assistant inspector general, rank- 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 97 

ing as major, upon the staff of the Commander-in-Chief ; and I 
must again express my conviction that the officers of this depart- 
ment assigned to duty on staffs of brigade commanders are too far 
removed, both from the head of the department and from the troops 
of the line, to serve any end of more than moderate usefulness. 



Clerical Work of the Department. 

The routine work of this office has required the customary and 
very considerable amount of clerical labor. During the season 
just closed there have been received 64:6 letters relating to the 
operations of the department ; 923 letters, written in connection 
with matters of official business, have been mailed ; and the usual 
large number of endorsements has been made upon the routine 
papers passing through the office. Both time and the most pains- 
taking attention have been demanded by the preparation of the 
annual statistics of the department, a task involving the compila- 
tion of between 80 and 90 foolscap pages of tabulated figures. 



The Annual Statistical Report. 

I would respectfully call your close attention to the appendix 
to this report. While frequent reference has been made to it in 
the preceding pages, it yet will repay a minute and close inspec- 
tion, conveying, as it does, a broad general view of the year's rifle 
work on the part of the entire State force. By examining the 
relative standing of the regiments, battalions and companies, it 
will readily be noted to whom credit is due and to whom censure 
should be given. 

Acknowledgments . 

I desire to tender my sincere thanks to the following officers, 
whose services contributed so materially to render successful the 
State general competition of September last : — 

Maj. G. H. Benyon, Fifth Infantry; Maj. T. F. Cordis, A. I. 
G. R. P., staff, First Brigade ; Lieut. Com. G. W. Allen, surgeon, 
Naval Brigade ; Capt. F. H. Appleton, First Corps Cadets ; Capt. 
Philip Little, staff, Second Brigade ; Lieut. E. P. Dodd, adjutant, 
Naval Brigade ; Lieut. H. W. Sprague, signal officer of the 
Second Brigade. 

My special acknowledgments are due to Maj. F. H. Briggs, 
A. I. G., staff, First Brigade, who for the tenth successive year 
assumed the onerous duties of chief statistical officer, and also to 
Lieut. W. A. Hayes, First Corps Cadets, to whom I am indebted 



98 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

for valuable personal services. I further would call favorable 
attention to the expeditious and satisfactory manner in which 
Lieut. A. C. Warren, paymaster, Fifth Infantry, performed the 
duties of his detail as mustering officer. 



The Late Col. William L. Chase. 

I cannot close this report without expressing, though most 
inadequately, my sense of the loss sustained by the service and by 
the Commonwealth in the death of Col. William L. Chase, in- 
spector general of rifle practice from Jan. 8, 1891, to Jan. 3, 
1894. A close student of military affairs, an officer fertile in 
ideas and energetic in the execution of them, he has left his 
impress on the service as a whole, and more especially upon this 
department, of which he served so worthily as chief. 

For the second time, sir, I beg to assure you of my appreciation 
of the support and assistance for which this department is in- 
debted to you ; and personally I wish to express my thanks for 
the uniform courtesy and consideration with which our relations 
have been marked. 

I have the honor to remain, sir, 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

GEORGE F. HALL, 

Inspector General of Rifle Practice. 



* 



1896.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



99 



KECOED OF MARKSMEN, M. Y. M. 



CLASSIFICATIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS. 

Distinguished Marksman Class (D. M.). 

Sharpshooters of record, who have represented the State at Creedmoor, who 
may be mentioned in orders as the first fifteen, or^who have won 
an individual trophy at the State match. 

Sharpshooters Class (S. S.). 

2 Scores of 22 out of a possible 25, at 200 yards. 
2 " of 24 " " 25, at 500 " 
2 " of 23 " " 25, at 600 " 

First Class Marksman (1st Class). 

2 Scores of 21 out of a possible 25, at 200 yards. 
2 " of 21 " " 25, at 500 " 

Second Class Marksman (2d Class). 

2 Scores of 18 out of a possible 25, at 200 yards. 

Third Class Marksman (3d Class). 

2 Scores of 15 out of a possible 25, at 200 yards. 

R. signifies that a marksman has qualified in a class lower than highest previously 
attained. Those whose names are in italics have failed to qualify in 1895. 

COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF AND STAFF. 



Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 




Class. 


1895. 




Class. 


1895. 


Col. A. H. Goetting. 


S. S., 


44,49,48 


Col. D. N. Farquahar 


2d Class, 




" George F Hall . 


o. S., 


46,49,46 


" F. G. King 


1st do. 


- 


" F.S.Richardson 


s. s., 


45,48,47 


" F.T. Walsh . 


2d do. 


- 


" Henry Hastings 


s. s., 


- 


11 F.W.Wellington 


1st do. 


- 


" James A. La/cin 


s. s., 


- 


" Charles Kenny . 


2d do. 


- 


" William Barrett 


IstClass, 


- 


" Percy Parker . 


2d do. 


- 


" James L. Carter 


2d do. 


- 








Brig. Gen. E. R. 












Champlin 


2d do. 


— 









FIRST BRIGADE STAFF. 



Maj. Frank H. Briggs 
Lt. Col. B. S. Parker 
Maj. T. F. Cordis ■.. 
Capt.W. S. Pepperell 
Q. M. Sgt. John C. 

Kerrison 
Sgt. C. H. Richwood 
Brig. Gen. Benjamin 

F. Bridges . 
Capt. C. E. Bridges . 



S. S., 
IstClass, 
1st do. 
2d do. 

S. S., 
S. S., 

IstClass, 
1st do. 



R. 
R. 
R. 

20, 21 



Capt. H. S. Dewey . 

" C.L Hay den. 
Sgt. W. H. Barrett . 
Capt. G. A. Keeler . 

" John P. Willey 
Sgt. Maj. George H. 

Chase . 
Sgt. J. C. Barrett . 
" S. S. Bradford . 
" John L. Jones . 



IstClass, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



100 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



FIELD AND STAFF, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Bank. 



Name. 



Record 
Class. 



Orderly M.W. Bull. 
Lt. James A. Frye . 
Col. Sgt.W. D.Hud- 

dleson . 
Lt. John B. Paine . 
P. M. Sgt. George R. 

Russell . 
Sgt. Maj. H.S.Keyes 
Maj. Otis H. Marion 
Col. T. R. Mathews . 
Lt. C. B Woodman. 
Maj. Perlie A, Dyar 



EaDge 
Work. 

1895. 



D. 


M., 


D. 


M., 


D. 


M., 


D. 


M, 


D 


M., 


S. 


s., 


s. 


s., 


IstClass, 


1st do. 


S. 


s., 



47,49,38 
R. 

48,50,46 
47,50,47 

50,49,46 
45,48,46 

R. 

R. 

R. 



Rank, 



Name. 



Maj. R. Morgan 
Q. M. Sgt. 'Edward 
E. Chapman . * . 
Br Maj. J. F. Clark 
Lt. H. S. Deering . 
Lt. Col. C. L. Hovey 
Col. Sgt. A. W. Joslin 
Lt. H. B. Parker . 
Maj. Charles Pfaff . 
Chaplain M. J. Sav- 
age . 



Record 


Class. 


s. s , 


IstClass, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 

i 


do. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



COMPANY A, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lt. J. Bordman, Jr. . 

Capt. John P. Nowell 

Lt. Sumner Paine . 

1st Sgt. Henry Bam- 
berg 

Sgt. William Clau- 
pein 

Priv. A. R. Schultze 

Sgt. G. H. Russell . 

Corp' 1 C. D. Riley . 

Mus. Wm. Purcell . 

Priv. W. E. Cook . 
" J. E. Littlefield 
" D. S. Sullivan 

Sgt. C. W. Smith . 

Corp'l F. Murphy . 
" G.W.Andrews 
« G. P. Field . 
" J.R.D.McLeod 

Priv. M. F. Burke . 
" S. H. Ellis 
" J. P. Holland . 
" E.H. Murtagh 
" J. M. Murphy 
" F. O. Nourse . 
" Wm. Richard- 
son 



D. M., 

S. S., 

s. s., 

s. s., 

s. s., 
s. s., 

IstClass, 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 



50,50,50 
45,48,46 
46,50,49 

44,48,46 

48,50,46 
49,48,46 
42, 42 
43,45 
42,43 
44,44 
44,43 
R. 
19, 19 
18, 20 
21,21 
21, 22 
22,23 
18, 19 
18, 18 
18,18 
18,19 
18,18 
18, 18 

18, 19 



Priv. F. J. Rvan 
" F. H. Wadman 
" H.G.Wishman 
" J. W. Burke . 
" J. H. Grabert . 
" S. Hawkins . 
" M. J. Long 
" C.E. McCarthy 
" O. G. Villard . 

Sgt. G. W. Dunbar . 

Corp'l W. C. Dorrety 

Priv. E. W. Anderson 
" J. H. Bennett . 
" M.J. Coughlin 
" L. F. Devine . 
«• M. V. Geoghe- 

gan 
" T. W. M alone . 
" C. A. Marks . 
" W. J. J. Mc- 

Grath . 
" J. A. McNulty 
" W.G. Ruisseau 
" F. J. Smith . 
" J. B. Von Euw 
" G. A. Wiech- 
man 



2dClass, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



18, 18 
R. 
18, 18 
17,18 
15,15 
17,16 
18, 16 
15, 16 
15, 15 



COMPANY B, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sgt. Geo. P. Cooley . 
Priv. John W. Blake 
Capt.W. E. Lombard 
Lt. John E. Day 
" M. Underwood . 
1st Sgt. Alonzo F. 

Woodside 
Sgt. C. P. Cox, Jr. . 
" Caleb West 
" P. F. Packard . 
Corp'l C. A. Dawson 
" J.H.Beaumont 
<< John W. Clary 
Priv. A. L. Baker . 



D. M., 


50,50,50 


D. M., 


46,50,50 


S. S., 


50,50,47 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


s. s., 


46,48,46 


s. s., 


48,50,47 


s. s., 


48,50,49 


s. s., 


45,49,49 


s. s., 


44,48,49 


s. s., 


45,50,48 


s. s., 


46,48,48 


s. s., 


48,49,48 


s. s., 


44,49,47 



Priv. 



S.P.Batchelder 
F. R. Blake . 
L. F. Brown . 
Geo. W. Cole . 
Burke W. Ham 

E. E. Heinlein 
W. W. Hum- 
phrey . 

W.H.Goddard 
C. Fred Lewis 
A. J. Litchfield 
M.A. MacSwain 

F. McArthur . 
J. T. Mellsop . 



s. s., 


46,48,48 


s. s., 


46,48,47 


s. s., 


44,48,47 


s. s., 


46,49,50 


s. s., 


45,48,46 


s. s., 


46,48,47 


s. s., 


44,48,49 


S.S., 


44,50,48 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


s. s , 


47,49,47 


s. s., 


49,49,47 


s. s., 


44,49,48 


s. s., 


47,49,47 



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101 



COMPANY B, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Priv. W. E. Smith . 

Corp'l P. H. Prior . 

Priv. G. M. Jackson 
" E. C. Jacobs . 
" A. McArthur . 
" A. R. Newton 
" F. L. Pancoast 
" C. G. Price . 
11 W. A. White . 

Corp'l Otto Meadka . 

Priv. Lewis L. Berry 
" C.H. Eaton . 
" J. H. Eldredge 
" C. S Given . 
" W. H. Higgins 
11 E. H. Jackson 
" H.E.Lombard 
" W. McArthur . 
" William Mont- 
gomery 



Record 


Class. 


S. S., 


IstClass, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



R. 

45,45 
42,44 
44,46 
42, 42 
42,45 
42,48 
46,48 
44, 43 
20, 1 

20, 18 

19, 19 

21, 18 

20, 19 
21,20 
18, 18 
18, 18 

21, 19 

20, 19 



Rank. 



Name. 



Priv. 



H. F. Moore . 
B Mellvin Pray 
A H. Phette- 

place . 
Lucien Pierce . 
H. J. Rand . 
Alfred A. Rob- 
erts 
C. A. Williams 
R. T. Blenner- 

hassett . 
Loring Bunker 
John C. Gara . 
Charles Gimpel 
Emil A. Lit tig 
W. H. McNeal 
E. A. Pritzkow 
C Taylor 
J. L. Tyler . 



Record 
Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



18, 18 

19, 19 

19, 18 

22, 20 
18,18 

19, 18 
20,20 

21, 19 

16, 15 

17, 16 

18, 16 
18,17 
19,16 
16,16 
16, 16 
18, 16 



COMPANY C, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Capt. C. P. Nutter . 

IstSgt.A.T.Tonrose 

Lt. C. F. Nostrom . 

Sgt. C. E. French . 

Corp'l H. L. Smith . 
" E. Manning . 

Lt. A. E. Hall . 

Sgt. Henry Ives 

Corp'l J. J. Talbot . 
" J. Foster 
" C. E. Morse . 

Priv. J. H. Cardinal 
" R. A. Chenerv 
11 F. H. Fitell ". 
" E. F. Grundy . 
" J. F. Guptill . 
" G. H. Hagerty 
" J.H.Heldmund 
" W.J.McCaffery 
" G. Harrison 
" C. E. Muller . 
" R. J. Meroth . 
" T. Razoux 
" G. Wilkinson . 



D. M., 


49,50,49 


D. M, 


49,50,49 


S. S., 


R. 


s. s , 


R. 


s. s, 


46,50,49 


s. s., 


R. 


2d Class, 


23,23 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


19, 20 


2d do. 


R. 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


19,20 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


21,22 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


19,19 


2d do. 


21, 21 


2d do. 


R. 


2d do. 


R. 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


20,20 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


R. 



Corp'l W.H.Wilkin- 
son 

Priv. O. Bourne 
11 H. H. Bagen . 
11 D. J. Canty . 
" T.V.Crowley. 
'I C. H. Callahan 
" H. L. Freeman 
" G. W. Hether- 

ingtoti . 
" H. W. Hanley 
" F.L.Kingsman 
" H.Knox. 
" W. F. Linsman 
11 E. Lane . 
" G. W. McMil- 
lan 
" J. J. Morey . 
" R. A. M. Olson 
" H. A. Phette- 
place . 

Sgt. A. Gustqfson . 

Priv. C. E. Lathrop 
" C. Page . 



3d Class, 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


S. 1 


3., 


3d Class, 


3d 


do. 



16, 18 
17,17 
15, 16 
16,17 
15, 15 
17,19 
15,17 

15,17 
15,17 
16,17 

15, 19 

17, 17 
16,19 

16, 18 
15, 18 
15, 19 

16,17 



COMPANY D, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



1st Sgt. L. E Lutz . 


S. S., 


R. 


Priv. W. H. Packard 


IstClass, 


44,42 


Sgt. W. E. Corey . 


S. S., 


49,48,47 


" C.H.Stockemer 


1st do. 


42,42 


11 E. A. Stephens 


s. s., 


45,48,46 


Capt. J. H. Frothing- 






Corp'l W. J. McCul- 






ham 


2d Class, 


21,22 


lough . 


IstClass, 


42,42 


Lt. J. S. Keenan 


2d do. 


21,22 


" C.H.Roberts, 






" J. W. Dana 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Jr. . 


1st do. 


R. 


Sgt. N. P. Cormack . 


2d do. 


18,18 


Priv. D. H. Fogg . 


1st do. 


42,44 


" Chas. E. Little . 


2d do. 


21,22 



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COMPANY D, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY - Concluded. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Record 
Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



Corp'l Geo. M. Wood 
" L. A. Young . 
" Geo. B. Chadr 

bourne 
" I. E. Pearson 
Mus. Thos. E. Yates 
Priv. J. J. Anderson 
" John Barnard . 
" C. F. Baxter . 
" Wm. H. Bryan 
" D. V. Connell . 
" E. A. Davis . 
" C. H. Goddard 
" C. W. Gould . 
M A. H. Hanson . 
" Carl Held 
« W. P. Hayford 
" William G. Joy 
" A. S. Kennedy 
" Oscar C.Lenk. 
" G. C. Murphie . 
11 D. H. Mitchell 



2d Class, 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 



18,21 
18,21 



21 
21 
20 
18 
20 
21 
19 
19 
22 
21 
18 
20 
18 
21 
19 
18 
22 
18 
18 



Rank. 



Name. 



Record 

Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



Pr 



v. A. F. Marcyes . 
P.S.McCullum 
Wm. H. Potter 
A. L. Scherer . 
C P. Shattuck 
Geo.P.Whiton 
Maurice Apps . 
D. F. Bickford 
D. S. Blaikie . 
Geo. H. Cox . 
A. F. Davis 
H. W. Deering 
Fred. A. Estes 
Wm. B. Handy 
Wm. T. Myers 
F. J. Morrish . 
H. W. Thayer. 
James E . Terry 
T. A. Walker . 
Wm. E. Conant 
H. B. Cressy . 
J. P. Sampson 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



18, 18 

19, 20 
18,21 
18, 19 
18,20 
19,21 
16, 16 

16, 18 
16,17 
15, 16 
18,20 
16,17 
15, 15 

17, 17 
15, 15 
17,17 

18, 19 
16,17 
15,17 



COMPANY E, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



1st Sgt. J. L. Gibbs . 
Sgt. E. E. Baudoin . 
Capt. A. E. Perry . 
Sgt. G. H. Devoll . 

" C. H. Fuller . 

" C. E. Anthony . 
Corp'l E. L. Soule . 

" J. L. Duffy . 

• " J. P. Kennedy 
Mus. D. J. Price 
Priv. S. J. Aiken 

" H. C. Ellis . 

" C. E. Gelette . 

" Robert Hall . 

" R. T. Mathews 

" Arthur Mellor 

" J. W. Murray . 

" J. C. Spooner . 

" J. T. Tripp 
Corp'l CD. O.Russell 

" J. C. DeWolf 

" E. H. Gregory 

" A.R.Morse, Jr. 
Priv. C. B. Robbins 

" L. B. Wood . 

" W. G. Wood . 
Lt. T. S. Hathaway 



D.M., 
D. M., 

S.S., 

o. o., 

s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 

o. o., 

s. s., 
s. s., 

S.S., 

s. s., 

s. s., 

O. S., 
S. S., 

s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 

S.S., 
IstClass, 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 
2d do. 



48,50,50 
50,50,50 

R. 
45,49,46 
46,50,48 
46,48,46 

R. 
45,48,47 
48,48,48 
46,48,47 
44,48,47 
48,50,46 
46,50,48 
45,48,47 

R. 
46,49,46 
49,50,49 
46,49,47 
45,49,46 

R. 
42, 43 

44, 44 
R. 
R. 

45, 48 
R. 

19,20 



Corp'l H. M. Peck . 
Priv. J. Q. Adams . 

" E. C. Briggs . 

" R. Bateman . 

" T. Gregory 

" W.H.Haworth 

" S.T.Madison. 

" A. F. Merchant 

'{ C. A. Mosher . 

« W. H. Murphy 

" R. F. Reid . 

" E. Robetoye . 

" S. T. Sharpies . 

" L. A. Viereck . 

" J. B. Ward . 

" C. H. Wood . 

" W. A. Wade . 

" J. A. Brown . 

" N. B. Jennings 

» H. C. Wing . 
Corp'l S. R. Clark . 
Priv. E. B. Je?inings 

" G. C. Kinqsley 

" A. E. Duffy . 

" G. H Baylies 

" F.B.Chadwick 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


S. S., 


S. 5 




s. s., 


IstClass, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



20,22 

18, 19 
20,20 

19, 20 
18, 18 
19,21 
22,22 
18,20 

18, 18 
20,22 

19, 19 
19, 19 
18, 18 

R. 
18,23 
22, 23 
21,21 
16, 18 
15, 18 
16,21 



COMPANY F, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Priv. H. M. Living- 
stone 
Lt. W. J. Meek 
Sgt. H. J. Rounseville 



S. S., 

s. s., 
s. s., 



44,48,46 

47,50,48 

R. 



Sgt. J. E. Totten . 

Corp'l A. A.Whipple 

Priv. E. B. Baker . 

" H. N. Blandin 



S. S., 

s. s , 

IstClass, 
1st do. 



R. 

46,48,46 
42, 46 
R. 



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COMPANY F, FIRST REGIMEN! NTKY — Concluded. 






Xaxk. 



B e t i d 



Range 
1895. 



Capt. N. 0. Danforth 
Priv. H. W. Robv . 
P. Totten . 
R. N. Baham . 
•• C. H. Baker . 
F. A. D. Bal- 
lard . 
Corp'l A. K. Crowell 
Priv. G. W. Dela- 

maine . 
Corp'l J. J. Dugan . 
Priv. B. J. Dundin . 
T T. Ellis 
T. P. Hartigan 
M J. W. Jenkins 
Corp'l J. X. Lincoln 
Priv. J. F. McManus 
. 
H. Phillips . 
Priv. J. R. Reid 
Corpl G. T. Seekell . 
Priv. P. A. Shartleff 
- Smith . 
:mth . 
A W.Warbur- 
ton 



1st do. 42, 46 

1st do. 43, 42 

2d do. . 21 

2d do. 18, 18 



2d do 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 



20,20 

19,20 
R. 

20, : i 

19,20 
20,20 

R. 

R. 
20,19 

R. 
20,19 
20, 19 
22,19 



2d do. 18, 18 













Ra: 




cord 










_;-. 


1895. 


Priv 


r. r 


- 






J. A. Welch . 


2d 


do. 




(< 


W. Crossland . 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


•< 


B. Cushman . 


3d 


do. 






F. EL. Dansrow 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


(i 


A. M. Da 


3d 


do. 


17, 15 


<( 


A. L. Dean 


3d 


do. 


17, 19 


" 


T. F. E Benton 


3d 


do. 






H. W. Enman 


3d 


do. 


16,16 




G. Grieor . 


3d 


do. 


16, 15 


Priv 


Haradon 


3d 


do. 






H. C. Hatha- 










wav 


3d 


do. 






G. R. Irving . 


3d 


do. 


15. 19 




C. O. Kir. 


3d 


do. 


15,16 


(i 


J. D. Kir_ 


3d 


do. 




tt 


J. D. 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


<( 


A. W. Millard 


3d 


do. 






T. M. Perrv . 


3d 


do. 


19.17 


•• 


N. Potter . 


3d 


do. 




M 


C. H. Seekell . 


3d 


do. 


16,16 


(( 


T. M. Smith . 


3d 


do. 


IN I-: 


M 


J. C Spinnev . 


3d 


do. 


15. 15 




3dm ore . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 




A. Wheeler . 


3d 


do. 






G. A . 


3d 


do. 


— 



COMPANY G, FIT 







-.46 


Priv 


Mason . 


2dC 


19 


• W. H. Clark . 








J. F. 


2d 


do. 


19 


•• T. H. Burton . 




do. 




<f 


F. J. Meagher . 




do. 


19 


Corp'l H. F. Fille- 










J. O'Connor . 


2d 


do. 




bro 




do. 




• . 


G. A. Pennev . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


r.McIntoeh 


1st 


do. 


42,43 


.. 


Tavlor" . 




do. 


18 


C. H. Brown . 




do. 




. . 


D. M. Yn 




do. 


19 


e n t - 








<< 


J. O. 


2d 


do. 


. 18 


hardt . 




do. 






C. F. Smith . 


2d 


do. 


19 


Priv. W. O. Cushins 




do. 






.F.W.Jones . 




do. 


19 






do. 




•■ 


E. F. Burke . 


3d 


do. 


15 


- H. A. Trent- 










.Brisham 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


hardt . 




do. 




M 


C. H. Ball 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


• L. S. Wood . 


1st 


do. 






T. H. Ba: 


3d 


do. 


15. 15 


Corp'l D J. S. Me- 








. 


C. A. Cawan . 


3d 


do. 


16 


Cardv. 




do. 




•• 


E.M.Gallowav 


3d 


do. 


15 


A. P biske . 


2d 


do 


21, 21 




Hixon . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


Priv. C. V. Callen . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 




. Hutchin- 








T . A. Cnllen . 


2d 


do. 


18, 20 




. 


3d 


do. 


16,16 


" F. J. Da. 




do. 


18,18 




A. McBeath . 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


" H. A. Everv . 




do. 




.. 


N. Na; sea wen 


3d 


do. 


17 


M R. H 


2d 


do. 


18,19 


Li. J. A. 




do. 


- 


A.C.Grimwood 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 




W. J. Mudqe . 




do. 


_ 


A. W. Gould . 




do. 








3d 


do. 


_ 


" W. S. Jones . 




do. 


18, 18 


Prir 


. D. Alktrd 


3d 


do. 


- 


1. J. Keefe. . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


• . 


J. F. Moran . 


3d 


do. 


_ 


E.B. Lawrence 


2d 


do. 






IF. E. Morse . 




do. 


_ 



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COMPANY H, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 




Class. 


1895. 




Class. 


1895. 


Corp'l G. D. Rogers 


IstClass, 


44,42 


Priv. E. P. Rogers . 


2d Class, 


19,21 


Priv. C. A. Foster, Jr. 


1st 


do. 


42,42 


" T. Walker 


2d 


do. 


19,21 


" C.C.Stanchfield 


1st 


do. 


43,43 


" W. W. Lennox 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


" R. L. Fowle *. 


1st 


do. 


43, 44 


" H. Vowles 


2d 


do. 


21,21 


Capt. J. R. Smith . 


2d 


do. 


R. 


Mus. R.W.Wright . 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


Lt. W. L. Pratt 


2d 


do. 


R. 


Priv.W. P. Anderson 


3d 


do. 


19,17 


" W. Renfrew 


2d 


do. 


20,21 


" F. S. Light 


3d 


do. 


19,16 


Sgt. B. E. Grant 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


" C.H.Pendleton 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


" J. G. H. McGil- 








" H. E. Jones . 


3d 


do. 


18,17 


vray 


2d 


do. 


19,19 


" A. A. Fisher . 


3d 


do. 


19,17 


Corp'l H. S. Flint . 


2d 


do. 


21,18 


" C.D.Hunt . 


3d 


do. 


15,15 


" W. C. Albee . 


2d 


do. 


18,21 


Sgt. W. L. Meek . 


3d 


do. 


_ 


Priv. W. Adgate 


2d 


do. 


20, 19 


" G.A. Sands . 


2d 


do. 


- 


" J. F. Bradley . 


2d 


do. 


23, 19 


Priv. W. E. Smith . 


2d 


do. 


_ 


" R. S. Densmore 


2d 


do. 


20,19 


" J. Brewer 


3d 


do. 


_ 


" M. Gibbs. 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


" G. E. Barker . 


3d 


do. 


"■ 



COMPANY I, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Mus. A. E. Harlow . 

Capt. C. Williamson 

Corp'l J. A. Coffin . 

Priv. Frank M. Cole 

Lt. Geo. E. Horton . 

Corp'l W. J. Marshall 

Priv. F. A. Andrews 

Sgt. Wm. S. Allen . 

Priv. E. W.Blanken- 
ship 
" E.N.Bellington 

Sgt. Chas. E. Clark . 

Priv. C. E. Churchill 
" Lewis M. Foye 

Sgt. Chas. Rowley . 
" E. L. Stone 
" Herbert Allen . 

Corp'l G. B. Burgess 

Priv. E. E. Bird 
" Fred E. Burt . 
" H. H. Clayton 
" T. Chisholm . 
" W. H. Delano 
" Edgar A. Foye 
" Fred E. Foye . 
" F.E.Hamilton 
" C. H. Johnson 
" E. R. Little . 
" E. J. Morse . 

Lt. D. W. Packard . 

Corp'l G. P. Presby 



D. 


M., 


D. 


M., 


S. S.. 


s. s., 


S. 5 


>•» 


S. S., 


IstClass, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



49,49,47 
R. 


45,48,47 

45,50,47 

R. 


45,48,46 
44,47 




R. 


45, 


45 


43, 


44 


42, 


46 


43, 


42 


42, 


43 


42, 


45 


42, 


42 


18, 


19 


20, 


22 


18, 


21 


18, 


20 




R. 


19, 


21 




R 


18, 


19 


20, 


21 


18, 


19 


20, 


21 


18, 


18 


18, 


21 


18, 


21 


18, 


22 



Priv. Fred. L. Porter 

" A. Reyott 
Corp'l H. S. Reed . 
Priv. F. W. Sears . 
Corp'l S. B. Sampson 
Priv. C. E. Tribou . 

" G. A. Varney . 

" E. B. Winslow 

" Geo. R. Wass . 

" A. S. Amazeen 

" E. W. Bearse . 

" W. H. Emery 

" C. H. Edson . 

" L.E.Irish 

" E. J. Morse . 

" R. J. Millett . 

" J. G. Ordway . 

" W. H. Perry . 

" Chas. N. Pierce 

" Guy W. Rich- 
mond . 

" A. E. Roys . 

" Wm. J. Slack . 

" Alfred Wells . 

" Arthur Wells . 

" C. A. William- 
son 

" Geo. A. Aber- 
crombie 

" Geo. W. Holt . 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



19 
19 
19 
20 
20 
18 
18 
R. 
21 
18 
16 
18 
17 
18 
16 
19 
17 
18 
18 

16 
18 
19 
17 
17 



15, 18 



COMPANY K, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Capt. Geo. F. Quinby 


O. o , 


R. 


Sgt. R. A. Finlev . 


IstClass, 


42,42 


Lt. H. L. Chapman . 


S. S , 


44,50,50 


" John T. Fabian 


1st do. 


R. 


Sgt. Chas. A Monks 


s. s., 


44,50,50 


Corp'l F. L. Ready . 


1st do. 


42,50 


Lt. Fred. S. Howes . 


IstClass, 


42,43 


Priv. I. J. Davis 


S. S, 


44,49,46 


Sgt. Wm J Rogers . 


1st do. 


R. 


" L. M. Walker . 


s. s., 


45,49,47 



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105 



COMPANY K, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Sgt. F. R. Moore . 

Corp'l W. B. Chaffin 

Priv. E. I. Washauer 

Corp'l W.A.Godfrey 

" H. E. Gassett 

Priv. Ed. A. Bigelow 

" G. W. Brennan 

" Frank Carr 

44 A. E. Green . 

" Fred Gass 



Record 


Range 
Work. 


Class. 


1895. 


2d Class, 


20,20 


2d do. 


21,21 


2d do. 


18, 18 


3d do. 


16, 15 


3d do. 


15, 16 


3d do. 


15, 16 


3d do. 


18, 20 


3d do. 


15, 15 


3d do. 


19, 19 


3d do. 


17,19 



Rank. 



Name. 



Record 
Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



Priv. Harry A. Low 
" Geo. W. Lord . 
** H. A. Phelps . 
" A. S. Richards 
" S. Sackmary . 
" Samuel Weiss . 

Corp'l A. P. Lambert 
" J. B. Hertach 
44 Wm. C. Atton 

Bug. F A. H. Bennett 



3d Class, 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do 


2d 


do. 



15, 15 
17,18 

16, 19 
18,21 
15, 15 
15, 17 



COMPANY L, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lt. "Wm. L. Swan . 
Corp'l W. B. Morey . 
Sgt. E. M. Willis . 
Priv. C H. Barrett . 
Lt. Fred. A. Cheney 
Priv. Alvin Colburn 
Corp'l J. B. Gerrold . 

" C. L. Harris . 
Priv. N. B. Mallette 

" H. N. Newhall 
Sgt. C. A Pettingill . 
Priv. D. P. Parker . 

" Jos. L. Perry . 
Sgt. Wm. R. Graves 
Priv. M. H. Soule . 

•' W. W. Wood . 

« i V y w, Ackiss . 

" T. P. Belton . 

" H. L. Berry . 

" J.M.Blackmer 
Bug. MiloE. Cilley. 
Priv. D. F. Crossman 



s. s., 


45,50,47 


IstClass, 


43, 44 


1st do. 


R. 


2d do. 


21,21 


2d do. 


21, 22 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


R. 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


18,20 


2d do. 


20,21 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


21,21 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


18, 22 


2d do. 


15,15 


2d do. 


15, 18 


2d do. 


17,20 


2d do. 


15, 15 


2d do. 


16, 17 


2d do. 


15, 15 



Priv. John E. Foster 
" Frank J. Finn . 
" A. L. French . 
" W.B.Ferguson 
" Louis Lewisson 
" H.L.Reynolds 
" E. K. Shaw . 
11 P. A. Whelan . 
" J. Wyzanski . 
" Chas. B. Wells 
" L. V. Walker . 
44 John D Oatt . 
11 J.J. Brady . 
" D. C. Crowley 
" F. P. Deegan . 
11 W. C. Ennis . 
" George R Gage 
" James Hoey 
44 John Hoist 
Corp'l F. O. Plummer 
Capt. F. M Whiting 
Sgt. Louis Nauman . 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



15,15 
17,17 
15, 16 
15,16 
15, 16 
17, 17 
15, 18 
15, 16 
15,20 
15, 16 
16,19 



COMPANY M, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lt. David Fuller 
Lt. W. F. Borden . 
Sgt. Geo. E. Potter . 
" F. W. Harrison 
44 Edwin G. Davol 
44 J. F. McAdams 
Corp'l F. S. Abbott . 
44 R. H. Booth . 
" W. W. Booth 
" J. M. White- 
head . 
Priv. Paul Harrison 
44 J. D. Mcintosh 
" E. W. Mitchell 
" John Walsh . 
11 Richard Wood 
Sgt. A. B Sanford 2d 
Corp'l A. F. Simmons 
" E. H. Pilking- 
ton 



s. s., 


46,50,46 


s. s., 


45,48,46 


s. s., 


45,49,46 


s. s., 


45,48,48 


s. s., 


44,49,49 


s. s., 


44,48,48 


s. s., 


44 50,46 


s. s., 


48,50,46 


s. s., 


46,48,46 


s. s., 


45,48,46 


s. s., 


46,48,46 


S. 3., 


44,49,47 


s. s, 


46,49,46 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


s. s., 


45,50,46 


IstClass, 


42, 45 


1st do. 


42, 44 


1st do. 


44,44 



Priv. J.W.Bottomley 
44 Ernest Bridge . 
" Henry Graham 
44 T. Graham . 
" H S.Hargraves 
" G. W. Stone . 
" W. B. Wilcox 

Capt. S. L. Braley . 

Bug. John Lee . 

Priv. J. N. Burgess . 
44 A. J. Byron . 
44 Hugh Dale 
44 W. H. Darke . 
44 John Delahunt 
44 John H. Ducy 
44 F. E. Durfee . 
44 M. O.Eldredge 
44 J.J.Harrington 
44 J. A. Heywood 
44 J. E. Horsfield 



IstClass, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



42,42 
45,43 
46,42 
42,42 
42,44 
45,44 
44,43 
18, 19 
18, 18 
18,18 
18, 18 
18, 18 
18, 18 

18, 18 
21,22 
18,18 

19, 19 
19, 20 
18, 19 
20,21 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



COMPANY M, FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Record 

Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



Priv. F. Horsman . 

" J. F. Hughes . 

" F.R.H.Linley 

" F.W. Littlefield 

" F.M.Macomber 

" W. McCullough 

" T. J. McGlynn 

" L. A. Pember . 

" J. W. Powers . 

11 I. W. Preble . 

" J. H. Ready . 

" James Smith . 



2d Class, 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 



23,23 
18,21 
20,20 
19, 21 
21,22 
19, 19 
18,20 
18, 18 
18, 19 
21,21 
18, 20 
20,24 



Rank. 



Name. 



Record 
Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



Priv 



William Smith 
F. Waldron, . 
A. "Wilson 
N. B. Durfee . 
O. P. Durling . 

F. A.Flynn . 
J. E. Henshaw 

G. W. Palmer 
J.W.Smethurst 
H. Smolensky 
W. Waterworth 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


ao. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



18, 18 
20,20 
21, 21 
15, 16 
16,17 
17,17 

15, 15 

16, 16 
15, 16 
15, 17 
16,17 



FIELD AND STAFF, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Maj. F. G. South- 
mayd . 

" R. A. Whipple 
Col. E. P. Clark 
Lt. Col. E.R. Shum- 

way 
Maj. H. B. Fairbanks 
Lt. J. E Lancaster . 
Chap. J. C. Welwood 
Col.Sgt.S.Galbraith 
Lt. A. C. Edson 
" P. R. Hawkin . 
Chief Bug. R E. 

Mathewson . 



D.M., 


R. 


D. M., 


R. 


S. S., 


11. 


S. S., 


46,49,48 


S. o., 


46,49,46 ! 


s.s., 


44,48,46 


S. 8., 


R. 


S. a., 


44,48,46 


IstClass, 


42,42 


1st do. 


42,42 


1st do. 


R. 



Lt. C. D. Colson 
" O. J. Brown 
Hos. Stw'd L. H. 

Fortier . 
Col. SgtW.L.C lough 
Orderly P.J. Norton 
Maj. David Clark 
Sgt. Maj. F. D. Phil- 
lips 
Drum Maj. D. J. 

Clallinan 
Q.M.Sfft. M.N. Snow 
P.M. Sgt. LA. Wil- 
liston 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


D. 


M., 


S. , 


3., 


2d Class, 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 



R. 

20, 20 

18,20 
19, 18 
18, 19 



COMPANY A, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Capt. E. G Barrett . 

Lt. M. H. Tisdell . 

Lt. F. H. Liicke 

Sgt. George E. Rix . 

Corp'l Chas. F. Lam- 
berton 
" C. A. Poland . 
« C. W. Weixler 

Priv. F. H. Howard 
" R. L. Allison . 
" G. E. Allison . 
" S. E. Clapp . 
" James T.Cruik- 

shanks . 
" Herbert R. Fay 
" Fred.W. Green 
" Ernest B. Hall 
" A. S. Johnson . 
" C. B. Langher 
" J. T. Laflamme 
" A. E. Magee . 

Mus. H. S. Marks . 

Priv. E. B. Sawyer . 

Sgt. H. W. Woods . 

Corp'l W. H. Allison 

Priv. H. B. Bond . 



S. S., 

s. s., 
s. s., 

s. s., 

s. s., 

s. s., 

o. S., 

s. s., 

IstClass, 
1st do. 
1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 



44,48,47 
44,48,48 
44,48,46 
49,49,46 

45,48,47 

45,49,46 

44,50,47 

44,48,46 

42, 43 

43,48 

42,42 

42,42 
42,44 
44,43 
42, 44 

42, 43 

43, 42 
44,42 
43, 44 

42, 42 
43,43 

43, 45 
20,21 
18, 19 



Priv. E. E. Barwich 
" W. F. Bruso . 
" John E. Blake 
" F.W. Copeland 
" C.M.Chamber- 
lin 

Corp'l J. D. Delaney 

Priv. R. E. Dodge . 
" C. B. Emerson 
« G. W. Ham- 
mond . 
" H. R. Hobbs ,. 
" W. M. Hyland 

Sgt. J. H. Lauder . 

Priv. J. E. Mo wry . 

Sgt. W. H. Plumber 

Corp'l E. R. Reidl . 

Priv. Wm. E. Rice . 
" W. G. Standish 
" S. A. Wallace 
" H. L Ware . 
" H. W. Whit- 
worth . 
" D. M. Young . 
" Grant Allison . 
" H. A. Ballou . 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



20,21 
19, 21 
19, 19 

18, 19 

19, 19 
21,21 
18,20 
18, 18 

18, 19 
18, 19 

20, 20 
18, 19 
18,20 
18,20 

18, 19 

19, 20 
19,20 
19, 19 
18, 19 

18, 21 
21,21 
15, 17 
17,19 



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COMPANY A, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 




Class. 


1895. 




Class. 


1895. 


Priv. Louis M. Fay . 


3d Class, 


15, 18 


Priv. A.G.Thompson 


3d Class, 


16, 18 


" R. C. Green . 


3d do. 


17,16 


" W. W. Whee- 






" J. G. Hagberg 


3d do. 


15, 16 


lock 


3d do. 


17,18 


" G. A. Pearson 


3d do. 


16, 16 


Sgt. J. G. Gowan 


2d do. 


- 


" E.J. Powers . 


3d do. 


16, 18 


Priv. W. F. Cox 


2d do. 


- 


" H. V. Sheppard 


3d do. 


15, 16 


" Carl Ejlem 


- 


- 


" C. F. Stockton 


3d do. 


17, 18 


" G.W Sargent 


— 


— 



COMPANY B, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Capt. H. McDonald . 

Lt. J. A. Sterling 

Sgt. H. J. Smith 

Corp'l W. G Adams 
" F. A. Wake- 
field . 
« E. W. Wilcox 
11 F. R. Daniels 

Priv. O. E. Alberts . 
" S. E. Smith . 

Sgt. Harry J. Vesper 
" T. F. Burke 

Corp'l F. H. Kuhn . 

Priv. J. D Brady . 
" R. F Beaudry 
" John Gour 
" John Ouimette 

Lt. W. L. Younsr . 

Sgt. A.E.Richardson 
" R. H. Bearse . 

Mus. L. F. Schoch . 

Priv. Lewis P. Clark 
" C. E. Clark , 
" F. C. Crocker . 
" J. M. Carey . 
" F. J. Foster . 
" Louis Gabourry 
" A. W. Graves . 
" W.W.Grinnell 
" E. J.Houran . 
" W. J. Harring- 
ton 



D. M., 


49,49,46 


D. M., 


49,49,46 


D. M., 


47,50,47 


S. S., 


47,48,46 


S. o., 


46,48,47 


s. s., 


45,50,46 


8. S., 


44,48,46 


s. s., 


46,48,46 


S.8., 


45,48,46 


IstClass, 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


43,43 


1st do. 


44, 42 


1st do. 


42, 43 


1st do. 


44,43 


1st do. 


42, 42 


2d do. 


19,20 


2d do. 


20, 19 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


18,21 


2d do. 


19, 18 


2d do. 


20, 20 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


20,20 


2d do. 


19,21 


2d do. 


20,21 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


20,20 


2d do. 


18, 18 



Priv 



A.M. Jamellier 
CM. Machol 
M. F. Madden 
J. J. Malone . 
AW. Mason . 

E. F. McCarthy 
G.J. McKeown 

D. C. Payne . 
M. H. Ransom 
Joseph H.Root 
J. C. Ryan 
P.C.Schaeffler 

F. Warwick . 
W. H. Bond . 

E. T. Byrnes . 
M. J. Clark . 
John Duffv 

H. W. Fuller . 

F. J. Gast 

J. P. Gaffney . 
H. C. rfayward 
J. F. Heffernan 
H R. Lego . 
W. J. Mack . 

G. B. Moore . 
H.R. Morrissey 
A. W Massey 
J. J. O'Connell 
Walter Scott . 
Joseph Tovet . 
J. C. Wildey . 



2d Class, 


19, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


20, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


20, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


21, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


15, 



,, 19 
), 19 
), 20 
$, 18 
), 19 
), 19 
J, 18 
), 20 
K 21 
J, 18 
5,18 
,,24 
5, 18 
>, 15 
i, 15 
i, 15 
), 15 
', 19 
5, 19 
5, 17 
), 18 
5, 16 
), 18 
), 17 
), 16 
5, 18 
5, 18 
r , 19 
5, 16 
r , 18 
i, 16 



COMPANY C, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Priv. A. D. Jefferson 
Lt. F. L. Allen . 
Sgt. F M. Clark, Jr. 

" W.E.Fairb.. i-s 
Priv. C. T. Fletcher. 
Lt. W. F. Gilman I 
Priv. Hoskison Gates 

" C. E.Hildreth. 
Sgt. G. H. Hill. 
Priv.W. D.Hubbard 
Sgt. A. C King 
Priv. W. S. Lincoln . 

" H. K. Lovell . 



D. M., 


48,48,48 


S. S., 


46,49,46 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


s. s., 


46,49,46 


s. s., 


46,48,46 


s. s., 


44,49,48 


s. s, 


46,48,46 


s. s., 


46,50,50 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


s. s., 


48,50,47 


s. s., 


44,49,46 


s. s., 


44,50,47 



Corp'l H W. Marsh 

Priv. D. R. Nichols. 

Capt. P. L. Rider . 

Priv. J L. Rheutan . 
" G. W. Stebbins 

Corp'l Wm. Steven- 
son. Jr. 

Priv. A. M. VanDu- 
sen 
" C. A. Vaughan 

Sgt. H. H. Warren . 

Priv. J. W. Wheeler 

Corp'l W. A. Cheney 



8. 


s., 


S. 


s, 


S. 


s., 


s. 


s, 


s. 


s., 


s. 


8., 


s. 


s., 


s. 


s., 


s 


s., 


s. 


s., 


Is 


tClass, 



45,48,46 
44,49,46 
44,48,47 
44,49,46 

45,48,47 

45,48,47 

45,48,46 
44,48,46 
44,48,47 
44,48.46 
42,42 



108 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 



COMPANY C, SECOND REGIMENT INF ANTRY - Concluded. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Record 
Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



Corp'l C.H. Colburn 
Priv. A. S. Johnson . 
S. I. Mayo 
L. M. McCal- 

lum 
H L.Wheeler. 
W. E. Barton . 
W. F. Burbank 
M. R. Crane . 
J. G. Colles . 
A.F. Dickenson 
R. H. Dowse . 
S. G. Gray 
W. M. Hunt . 
Corp'l D. T. Jenkins 
Priv. W. F. Knowl- 
ton 
" F. W. Lamb . 
Corp'l A. S. Longley 
Priv. W. A. March . 



IstClass, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



42, 42 
42,42 
44,47 

44,42 
42,44 
20,21 
21, 22 
18, 20 
18,18 
18, 18 
20,21 
18, 18 
18,21 
18,20 

18, 18 
20,21 

19, 19 
18, 19 



Rank. 



Name. 



Record 

Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



Priv. W. A. Merri- 
field . 

" E. L. Prickette 

11 W.H.Richard- 
son 

" F. A Springer 

" M. A. Smith . 

" J. C. Stevenson 

« C. S. Thayer . 

" F. W. Wash- 
burn 

" H. B. Went- 
worth . 

" E. J. Whitley . 

" L. M. Beers . 

" H. B. Goodell . 

" P. W. Lincoln . 

" G. W. Lee 

" F. W. Ward . 

" J. L. Wilmot . 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



19, 19 
20,21 

19,20 
18, 18 
20,20 
18,22 
18, 19 

18, 19 

18,20 
20,20 

15, 15 
15,17 

16, 16 
15, 17 
15, 16 
15, 15 



COMPANY D, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lt. Edgar R. Train . 


S. S 


•> 


46,48,48 


Sgt. 


Geo. F. Orrell . 


2d Class, 


21,22 


" Thomas Rae, Jr. 


s. s 


•> 


49,50,49 


Corp'l C. H. S aith . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


Sgt. Hugo Popp 


s. s 


•> 


44,48,46 


Priv 


. W. F. Wenzell 


2d 


do. 


18,23 


" W.A.Robinson 


s s 


•> 


45,48,48 


«< 


R. A. Williston 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


" Frederick Childs 


s. s 


•» 


46,49,46 


<< 


F. S. Williams 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Bug. J. M. Gubhardt 


s. s 




44,48,46 


<< 


F. W. Batters- 








Priv. Albert Emery . 


IstClass, 


42, 42 




ley 


3d 


do. 


16,17 


Sgt. R. W. Hunter . 


1st 


do. 


42,42 


«< 


Wm. Betters ... 


3d 


do. 


17, 18 


Corp'l D. J. Kimpton 


1st 


do. 


R. 


<( 


Geo. Betters . 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


Priv. Adolph Popp . 


1st 


do. 


46,42 


<( 


Stephen Brown 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


" Alfred Reed . 


1st 


do. 


44,45 


<« 


Eugene Davis . 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


Corp'l Sam'l Warren 


1st 


do. 


43,42 


tt 


Orville P. Dean 


3d 


do. 


17,18 


Priv. Wm S. Addy . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


«< 


R. H. Engle- 








" J. D. Bachelder 


2d 


do. 


18,20 




hardt . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


" W. Blandemer 


2d 


do. 


21,21 


<( 


Thos. Graham 


3d 


do. 


16,17 


" Earl J. Cain . 


2d 


do. 


18,20 


tt 


L. R. Jackson . 


3d 


do. 


16,17 


" E. B. Coolev . 


2d 


do. 


20,21 


it 


C. E. Mattice . 


3d 


do. 


15,20 


Corp'l G. A. Collier 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


It 


C. F. Markert . 


3d 


do. 


16, 18 


Priv. L. P. Delauries 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


it 


A. McElwain . 


3d 


do. 


16,17 


" Chas. R.Evans 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


it 


George Nash . 


3d 


do. 


16,19 


" Geo. A. Fisher 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


it 


Nelson Sefton . 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


" Robt. Graham 


2d 


do. 


18,21 


tt 


A. C. Tullock . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


" John I. Heath . 


2d 


do. 


18,20 


tt 


C. H. Uronson 


3d 


do. 


15, 18 


" " C. S. Killian . 


2d 


do. 


18,20 


it 


Jas. E. Watson 


3d 


do. 


17,19 


" Frank F.Lepps 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


tt 


Wm. L. Wey- 








" A. McDonald . 


2d 


do. 


20,20 




mouth . 


3d 


do. 


16,16 


" H. Markert . 


2d 


do. 


20,21 


il 


J. H.Whitmore 


3d 


do. 


16, 18 


" John A. Ober- 








if 


George J. Buhl 


1st 


do. 


- 


lander . 


2d 


do. 


18,20 


it 


Wm.A. Mattice 


3d 


do. 


- 


Corp'l E. B. Ober- 


















lander . 


2d 


do. 


18,20 













1896.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



109 



COMPANY E, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 




Class. 


1895. 




Class. 


1895. 


Priv. E. E. Ellis 


s. s., 


R. 


Priv. C. H. Henrich . 


2d Class, 


R. 


Lt. Edwin R. Gray . 


s. s., 


R. 


" W. A. Johnson 


2d 


do. 


20,22 


Corp'l F. E. Gowing 


s. s., 


46,48,46 


" A. Karlson 


2d 


do. 


22,22 


Sgt. 0. D. Hapgood 


s. s., 


47,50,47 


Mus. P. M. Lacasse 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Priv. M. R. Hilton . 


S.S., 


46,50,46 


Priv. Nels S. Nelson 


2d 


do. 


21, 21 


Lt. Frank P. Hosmer 


s. s.. 


R. 


11 F. H. Ruggles . 


2d 


do. 


18,20 


Priv. Frank S. Rand 


s. s., 


R. 


" N. A. Spring . 


2d 


do. 


19, 20 


Sgt. Willie B. Smith 


s. s , 


49,50,46 


" E. C. Taylor . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


•« Fred W.Wallace 


s. s , 


R. 


" O. H. Willard. 


2d 


do. 


18,18 


Capt. P. I. Barber . 


IstClass, 


R. 


" John Eklund . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


Priv. Fred E. Farley 


1st do. 


43,42 


" Geo. W. Lake . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


" Frank P. Hall 


1st do. 


43,44 


" S. A. Sharon . 


3d 


do. 


17,20 


Corp'l H. J. Bosquet 


2d do. 


19,20 


" A. L. Barrett . 


3d 


do. 


- 


Priv. Wm. B. Carson 


2d do. 


18, 19 


' ' Ira H. Jerome . 


3d 


do. 


- 


" Wm. C. Collins 


2d do. 


R. 


Sgt. F. H. Johnson . 


3d 


do. 


- 


" E. F. Davidson 


2d do. 


20,20 


Priv A.W.Labounty 


3d 


do. 


- 


" Frank Demars 


2d do. 


18,20 


11 G.H Meehan . 


3d 


do. 


_ 


" P. B. Gallagher 


2d do. 


18,20 


" W. A. Robbins 


3d 


do. 


- 


" Gust Halberg . 


2d do. 


19,20 


Corp'l Fred S. Wey- 








" F. C. Hartson . 


2d do. 


18, 18 


mouth . 


3d 


do. 


— 



COMPANY F, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Capt. H. H. Bolles . 

Sgt. C. E. Reed 

" Everett E.Bates 

Corp'l L. G. Brown . 

Priv. W. E. Brooks . 

Corp'l H. J. Coleman 

Priv. A. B. Clifford . 

" Harry E. Carr 

" Frank Donday 

Corp'l Fred P. Frye 

Priv. J. H. Flood . 

Lt. Albert A. Fowler 

Lt. B F. Gonyeo . 

Priv. H. W. Goodwin 

Corp'l G. W. Hunting 

Priv. W. B. Holmes 

« A. E. Halsted 

" F. A. Lovejoy. 

Corp'l C. R. Murray 

Priv. Oscar Malo 

" F. H. Pond . 

Sgt. A. L. Potter . 

" W. D. Seaver . 

Corp'l A. L. Stone . 

Priv. H Thibodeau. 



S. s., 


46,49,47 


IstClass, 


R. 


2d do. 


19,20 


2d do. 


18,20 


2d do. 


21,21 


2d do. 


20,21 


2d do. 


22,23 


2d do. 


R 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


21,22 


2d do. 


19,20 


2d do. 


20,20 


2d do. 


20,22 


2d do. 


R 


2d do. 


20,20 


2d do. 


20, 20 


2d do. 


18,18 


2d do. 


19,21 


2d do. 


20,21 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


19,22 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


22,23 


2d do. 


19,21 



Sgt. P. A. Ward . 

Priv. Geo. F. Wagner 

" A. H. Bessett . 

" C. O. Bolster . 

" F. E. Cornwell 

" Wm. H. Hey- 

wood, Jr. 

" E.H. Kinsman 

" E. M. Parker . 

" A. A. Perley . 

11 W. E.Seaverns 

" G. H. Towey . 

" F. S. Taylor . 

" C. A. Wilder . 

" J Cornwell 

" H. L. Curtis . 

" Daniel Ela 

" Allen A. Green 

u Lester N. Green 

" L. A. Bartwell 

" F. L. Hinds . 

" A. J. McRea . 

" C. J. Williams 

' ' P. Meisterling . 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



18, 19 
19,21 
15, 16 
17,20 
16,16 

15, 16 
16,20 
15,21 

16, 18 
17,17 
16,17 
16,18 
15,17 



COMPANY G, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Priv. R. M. Neidel . 

" J. A. Gibbons. 
Lt. Wm. C. Hayes . 
Capt. J. J. Leonard . 
Corp'l J. N. Lovely . 

" P. J. Noone . 



D M., 


47,49,46 


S. S., 


47,48,48 


S. s., 


45,48,46 


s. s., 


45,48,48 


s. s., 


44,49,47 


s. s., 


44,48,46 



Sgt. W. H. Owens . 
Priv. P. J. Bresnan . 
Sgt. W. Butement . 
Priv. M. F. Connolly 

" John P. Kelly. 

" E. J. Leyden . 



S. S., 
IstClass, 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 



45,48,46 

R. 
44, 46 
43,43 
42, 45 

R. 



110 ADJUTANT GENEEAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 



COMPANY G, SECOND KEGIMENT INFANTRY- Concluded. 



Kane. 



Name. 



Record 
Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



Lt. Joseph P. Quirk 

Priv. E. E. Robinson 
" Wm. J. Smith 
" T. D. Toomey 
" Dennis Austin 

Corp'l Geo. W.Bates 
" J. H. Benson . 
" L. S. Chapin . 
" C. J. Coffey . 

Bug. P. J. Collins . 

Priv. P. C. Comans . 
" J. F. Connelly 

Corp'l E. F. Connolly 

Priv. P. T. Conroy . 
" W. F. Gamble 
" M. J. Griffin . 

Sgt. Wm. J Hynes 

Priv. S. J. Kennedy 
" T. M. Kennedy 
" Edward Lovett 

Sgt. M. J. O'Brien . 

Priv. J. J. O'Leary . 

Corp'l J. F. Scully . 

Priv. Daniel D. Shea 

Corp'l D. J. Spellacy 



IstClass, 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 



43,43 
44,45 
46, 49 
43,47 

18, 19 

19, 19 
21,21 
21, 21 
19,21 
18, 19 

R. 
18, 19 

20, 20 
18, 19 
21,22 
19,21 
18,20 
19,20 
20,22 
21,21 

R. 
18, 18 
21,21 
18, 19 
20,21 



Rake. 



Name. 



Priv. W. L. Stannard 

Sgt. T. A. Sweeney . 
Priv. R. J. Walsh . 

" B. J. Whalen . 

" J J. Abbott . 

" E. Beglane . 

" J. E. Bolger . 

" F. A. Burke . 

" A. J. Donovan 

" H. Donovan . 

" A. W. Flavey. 

" J. W. Fenton . 

" M. H. Ford . 

" J. A. Heenehan 

" M. C. Kelly . 

" F.C.Keating. 

" F. C. Linnehan 

" J. P. Maloney 

" C. F. Murphy . 

" G. S.Patnode. 

" J. P. Rohan . 

" Wm. E. Smith 

" F. M. Harmon 

" F. F. Slater . 



Record 

Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



2d Class, 


18, 


2d 


do. 


20, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


2d 


do. 




3d 


do. 





20 
21 
18 
19 
16 
17 
16 
18 
16 
17 
16 
16 
17 
18 
16 
17 
16 
18 
16 
16 
18 
19 



COMPANY H, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Corp'l H. T. Gray . 
Capt. W. E. Hassam 
Sgt. C. S. Holden . 
Priv. A. C. LaPointe 

" H. A. Mower . 
• " C. D. Stalker . 
Corp'l H. H. Ames . 
Priv. G. D. Barber . 

" F. B. Jordan . 

" J. O. Norcross 
Sgt. E. L. Pierce . 
Lt. Wright S. Prior . 
Priv. A. L. Purinton 

" C. E. Smith 
Corp'l C. H. Sparrell 
Priv. R. B. Taft 

" A. W. Wilson . 

" M. F. Ames . 

" G. S. Bryson . 
Sgt. C. H. Claflin . 
Corp'l W. H. Earle . 
Lt. Edward B. Fish 
Priv. Louis H. Gale . 

" G. A. Goodnow 

" Frank L. Ham 

" Frank M.Hill. 
Corp'l G. N. Jeppson 
Priv. C. A. Jones 

" Joseph L. King 

" C. E. Kinney 
Sgt. C. E. Monroe 
Priv. F. H. Pierce 



s. s., 


46,49,47 


s. s., 


49,49,47 


s. s., 


R. 


S.S., 


44,48,46 


O. O., 


48,49,48 


s. s., 


47,49,46 


IstClass, 


43, 42 


1st do. 


46,46 


1st do. 


43,43 


1st do. 


43,42 


1st do. 


43,42 


1st do. 


45,48 


1st do. 


43, 42 


1st do. 


44,42 


1st do. 


42,42 


1st do. 


43,45 


1st do. 


44,45 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


R. 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


19,20 


2d do. 


19,20 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


18, 20 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


18, 20 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


19, 22 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


20,20 


2d do. 


19, 19 



Priv. Royal H. Pitts 
" W. A. Sampson 
" Albert B. Scott 
" Chas S. Short 
Sgt. Samuel Slocum 
Bug. Jos. W. Smith 
Priv. F. J. Sparrell . 
" F. R. Spiers . 
" C. T. Tatman . 
" Geo. P. Tavlor 
" F. L. Vaughn . 
" A. E. Wilson . 
Corp'l H. C. Young 
Priv. Jos. H. Allen . 
". A. A. Berger . 
" D. E. Brigham 
" Frank E. Coles- 
worthy . 
" Walter B.Cum- 

mings . 
" E.W. Darling. 
" H. H. Devlin . 
" L. Fellows 
" Roy M Greene 
" Chas. M. Haye 
" George E. Hill 
" Louie S. Jones 
" A. W. Preble . 
" H. C. Prentiss . 
" H. N. Sawyer . 
" Harry E. Boyd 



2d Class, 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


20, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


21, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


21, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. • 


18. 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 





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19 
21 
18 
21 
20 
21 
18 
22 
18 
21 
19 
19 
17 
18 
16 

16 

16 
15 
17 
17 
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R: - -■-. 






'. . i r. -" -. 


IU«. >A*S. Ee<0rd 


1895. 


H .5 ;. Vaiu. 


. '.". 


"".:>. 


C9m* 




Cbua. 


1895. 


Lt. D. J. Movniha- 




Priv. Benj. J. Wilde 


2d Claw, 




Corp'l H. R. Hav; 




'I John A. Chase 


3d do. 


15, 15 


Jr. 3., 




Priv. W. W. Bradtev 






" John T. Mil:, 




- Edward Br 




15, 16 


Fred Bei. 




** J. Bunsard 


3d do. 




Lt. G. A. Thaver . lstCtase, 


43, 43 


F. B. Calver . 


3d do. 


15, 19 


J. R. Gilfillan . 1st do. 


" O. L. Dragon . 


3d do. 




- lo. 


42,46 


J. P. Fenton . 


3d do. 


15, 16 


ttenden D. M.. 


R. 


H R. Gonid . 


3d do. 


16, 11 




R. 


G. J. Howard . 


3d do. 


i!. ::- 


Priv. C. P. Pettis . IstClass, 




P. Krone . 


3d do. 


15,15 


Capt. H. L. Williams 2d do. 


: ... 


" Noel Laplant . 


3d do. 


15, 15 


art . 2d do. 


21, 21 


Menard . 


3d do. 


16,17 


Corp'l J. J. FIvnn . 2d do. 


18, 20 


J. O'Connor . 


3d do. 


la U 


PriY. C. K. Fske . i 2d dd. 


18,20 


F. Parent 


3d do. 




41 H. E. Grave do. 


18,20 


" A.H.Rem 


3d do. 


17 


" J. A. Hosran . 2d do. 


19,21 


- H. W. Smith . 


3d do. 




" J. A. Jackson .2d do. 




B : Sullivan 


3d do. 


1 17 


- Wm. Noble . 2d do. 




" A. E. Wade 


3d lo. 


17 - 


- E. J. Slate . 2d do. 


21,21 


7 . P. Waldron 


3d do. 




Wm. Thaver . 2d do. 


__ 


C. Warren . 


3d do. 


15, 16 


" J. E. Thorn lo. 


21 


Chas. J. Ryan 


lo. 


- 


L. B. Warren . 2d do. 


:"-. _: 


- 


do. 


- 


R. H. Warren . 2d do. 


20,20 









COMPANY K, SECOND REGIMENT 127 



A. J. Berrv 
Priv. W. F. Bemr . 
•■ Frank M.Coe. 

Corp'l C. B. Elm 
Priv. A. C. Henr 

C. L. Jenne . 
" H. R Jem: 

_. H. W. Lars 
Priv. W. Schoneld, Jr. 

D. A. Tun: 
O. W. " 

" H.T. Wakefield 
N F. J. Bartlert . 

G. F. Coolev . 

G. B. E 
Capt. Roger Morgan 

?. C. Pom • 
Lt. W. S. Warriner . 
Priv. G. L. Aiker . 

D. F. Austin . 
" A. M. Burnham 

F. S. Bun 

H. E. Corson . 

A. R. Davis . 

C. L. F 

F. N. Ferree . 

J. C. Hamilton 

H.C.Hill 
Corp'l C.B.Hitchcock 
Priv. C A. How, 
Corp'l F. A. Jenks . 

















. 




3 




i7 




47 




17 




1 


i 


.48 


- - 






.49 






io. 




Io. 




1st do. 




10. 




1st do. 




2d do. 


18,19 


2d do. 


18,18 


io. 


18,18 


Io. 


__ _ 


2d do. 


18,18 


io. 


18,18 


2d do. 




- do. 




2d do. 


. _ 


2d do. 




2d do. 


:;-. _• 


2d do. 




2d do. 





Prrv. F. P. Jones . 2.IC1a«a 

M. J. Keleher . 2d do. 

J. Lewis Kelley 2d do. 

Corp"! S. M. K:n_ - do. 

Priv. Ross L do. 

B. R. Mad- . do. 
C R. Mnrrav . 2d do. 
H. A. Oliver . 2d do. 

H.H. Parkfc 2 do. 

Priv. R. H. Putnam 2d do. 

I w Robinson 2d do. 

H. W. Stac do. 

do. 

do. 

Priv. W. H. 

1 N'.WLit; do. 

• H r. :2 do. 

Bert L. White 2d do. 

E. B. Bishop . 3d do. 
T.C.Boone . 3d do. 

" R.B.Chamre: 

lain . .3d do. 

? son 3d do. 

A. F. Gilbert do. 

F. W Gowrie . 3d do. 
O.A.Handfield 3d do. 

C. M. Jennings 3d do. 
E. M Long . 3d do. 

■ R. W. Lord . 3d do. 

E. C Lovnes . i 3d do. 

I. E. Ravner . 3d do. 



18,19 
18,19 
19,19 

15,16 

15. 16 

15. 17 
15, 15 
15, 15 

15, 16 

16, 15 

; 16, 18 
15, 19 
16,16 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY L, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 




Class. 


1895. 




Class. 


1895. 


Priv. H. Johnson 


D.M., 


49,48,48 


Priv. H. Hayden 


2d Class, 


18, 18 


Capt. F. E. Pierce . 


S. S., 


45,48,47 


" F. Hayden 


2d 


do. 


18, 20 


Lt. J. R. Bickford . 


S. S., 


48,48,46 


" T. D. Murphy. 


2d 


do. 


20, 22 


Sgt. E. S. Rockwdod 


S. S., 


R. 


i " H.Nash . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


" F. B. Mason . 


S. o., 


R. 


" B.B.Noyes,Jr. 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


" G. H. Stearns . 


s. s., 


44,48,47 


" C. Pond . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


Corp'l F. M. Munson 


s. s., 


47,49,47 


" C. Rist . 


2d 


do. 


R. 


Priv. H. J. Stearns . 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


" B.W. Snowman 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


" J. B. Bridges . 


s. s., 


50,49,47 


" J. F. Stark 


2d 


do 


18, 18 


*< G. E. Arms . 


s. s., 


49,50,47 


" W. A. Stark . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


" G. W. Smead . 


s. s., 


R. 


" F. T. Seaman . 


2d 


do. 


18,21 


Lt. C. H. Field . 


IstClass, 


44,45 


" A. S. Foster . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Corp'l A. T. Beals . 


1st do. 


43, 45 


" F. Tatrean 


2d 


do. 


21,21 


" F. C. Aiston . 


1st do. 


R. 


" W.L Tatrean . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


" E. H. Baker . 


1st do. 


42,42 


" E. M. Cornell . 


3d 


do. 


17, 18 


11 E. J. Davis . 


1st do. 


48,45 


" D. L. Crownin- 








Priv. H. S. Porter . 


1st do. 


44,43 


shield . 


3d 


do. 


15,17 


Corp'l D. A. Aldrich 


1st do. 


R. 


" G. Clutterbuck 


3d 


do. 


16, 18 


Priv. A. G. Childs . 


1st do. 


R. 


" A. C. Hale 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


" C. M. Bickford 


2d do. 


18, 18 


11 A. E. Holden . 


3d 


do. 


15, 19 


" C. Class . 


2d do. 


19, 19 


" J. McVey 


3d 


do. 


16, 18 


" M.Chase. 


2d do. 


20,22 


" F. A. Moebus . 


3d 


do. 


15,15 


" G.H.DeRevere 


2d do. 


21,22 


" M. Shea . 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


" J. L. Fegan . 


2d do. 


18,20 


*'• P. Wavand 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


" 0. George 


2d do. 


18,20 


" W. H. Miller . 


2d 


do. 


- 


Mus. C. L. Hall 


2d do. 


21,24 


" W. J. Slatterxj . 


3d 


do. 


- 



COMPANY M, SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Capt. H. O. Hicks . 
Corp'l J. C. Cadigan 
Lt. E. J. Laferriere . 
Sgt. M. N. Lathrop . 
Priv. Fred E. Busby 

" A. A. Hall 

" E. F. Nimmons 

" F. W. Roberts . 

" G. E. Whipple 
Lt. Geo. E. Simmons 
Sgt. Wm. O'Brien . 

" Wm. Hodecker . 
Corp'l G. J. Crosier . 
Priv. E. A. Cadigan . 

" E. L. Delancy . 

" Chas. Delancy . 

" M. S. Glasier . 

" J. W. Moran . 

" Gustave Smith 
Sgt. B. H. Milliman 

" M. F. Welch . 

" Peter B. Smith . 

" A. H. Streeter . 

" G Sanderson, Jr. 
Mus. J. S Bordeleau 
Priv. E. L. Ainslee . 

" John L. Burt . 

" P. H. Brenner . 

" J. A. Campbell 

" Edgar P. Cbace 

" F. N. E. Des- 
auntils . 



D. M., 
D. M., 

S. S., 

S. s., 
s. s., 


50,48,47 
50,50,49 
50,50,49 
48,49,49 
R. 


Pri 


s. s., 


R. 




s. s., 


R. 




s. s., 


R. 




s. s., 


R. 




IstClass, 


48,47 




1st do. 


48, 46 




1st do. 


R. 




1st do. 


48, 46 




1st do. 


R. 




1st do. 


50,47 




1st do. 


■46, 42 




1st do. 


R. 




1st do. 


48,43 




1st do. 


R. 




2d do. 


19,21 




2d do. 


19,20 




2d do. 


18,20 




2d do. 


18,20 




2d do. 


20,21 




2d do. 


19,20 




2d do. 


18, 18 




2d do. 


21,21 




2d do. 


18,20 




2d do. 


19,21 




2d do. 


19,20 




2d do. 


18,20 





F. L. Dinsmore 
W. H. Duggan 
Levi Gravel 
A. S. Harring- 
ton 
Chas. Hamburg 
Frank Hiser . 
C.H. Hathaway 
R. M. Ingersoll 
Victor King 
William Lacy . 
Frank McNulty 
Jim R. Smith . 
William Sime . 
Aaron Turner . 
L. Purcell 
Henry A bear . 
Fred C. Bowen 
Alex. Foote 
William Gavin 
Robert Graves 
C. R. Harring- 
ton 
Robert Hayes . 
L. Nichols 
Joseph Norton 
John H. Scott . 
M. C. Snell . 
F. A. Simmons 
A. G. Sands 
A. Wheelock . 



2d Class, 


18, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


20, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


20, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do 


21, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 



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21 

21 
19 
21 
21 
19 
21 
21 
21 
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FIELD AND STAFF, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 







Range 






Range 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Work. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Work. 




Class. 


1895. 




Class. 


1895. 


Lt. James W. Jones . 


S. S., 


50,50,49 


Maj. G. H. Taylor . 


s. s., 


mm 


Maj. G. H. Chaffin . 


2d Class, 


21,21 


Lt. J. M. Carpenter . 


2d Class, 


- 


44 C. K. Darling . 


2d do. 


18, 19 


" E. L. Tucker . 


2d do. 


- 


Col. Henry Parsons . 


2d do. 


- 


" O. P. Porter 


2d do. 


- 


Lt. Col. C. F. Wood- 






" J. T. iSoutter 


2d do. 


- 


ward 


3d do. 


— 









COMPANY A, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Capt. E. J. Gihon 
Sgt. Frank E. Gray 
Corp'l Roger Howard 
Bug. P. S. Killarn . 
Priv. J. H. Keough . 
Lt. P. J. Flanders . 

" C.E.Walton . 
Sgt. Wm. E. Gray . 

44 E. E. Morrison 
Corp'l Charles Bridge 
Priv. G. W Chesley 

" Geo.- Durward 

" C.A.Evans, Jr. 

" Wm. Fenidle . 

" John L. Orr . 

" R. J. Place . 

11 Geo. W. Reid . 

44 J. Sutherland . 

" H. H. Sweetser 
Sgt. Chas. F. Parker 
Corp'l W. Sweetser . 

11 S. F. Higgin . 
Priv. H. T. Mitchell 

" A. R. Sedgley 

11 John Stock 

14 M. H. Warren 
Sgt. Fred A Weldon 
Priv. John C. Black 

44 H. Blenkhorn . 

" A. M. Baxter . 

44 W. I. Broad . 

" O.V.Bennett. 



I). 


50,50,47 


I). M., 


48,50, IS 


D. M., 


50,49,46 


D. M., 


50,49,47 


D. M., 


50,50,46 


S. S., 


R. 


s. s., 


44,49,46 


s. s., 


44,49,46 


o. o , 


49,48,46 


s. s., 


46,50,49 


o. S., 


R. 


s. s., 


50,50,49 


s. s., 


47,48,46 


s. s., 


46,48,46 


s. s., 


R. 


S.S., 


R. 


s. s., 


48,49,47 


8.S., 


49,50,46 


s. s., 


45,48.46 


IstClass, 


42,43 


1st do. 


42,42 


1st do. 


43,45 


1st do. 


47,46 


1st do. 


46, 42 


1st do. 


42,44 


S. S., 


45,48,46 


2d Class, 


18,19 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


19,21 


2d do. 


R. 


2d do. 


19,21 


2d do. 


20, 21 



Priv 



H G. Brock- 
bank 
H. P. Brown . 
C. C. Cameron 
H. P. Connell . 
E C. Corbin 
Calvin Cava- 

naugh . 
Manuel Dingle 
E.O.Dewey, Jr. 
H. Fenidle 
J. J Gleason . 
A. E. Goodwin 
C. E. Goodwin 
S. J. Green 
W.T. Leach . 
W. L. Lewis . 
T. A. McDonald 
J H.McMahon 
H. McWhirter 
C. C. Mitchell . 
W. H. Mellen . 
J. C. Mitchell . 
I. B. Newbegin 
J. E O'Brien . 
A. G. Oliver . 
C. H. Oliver . 
M. E. Sliney . 
P. L. Stevens . 
F. E. Stoddard 
Fred F. Wilder 



2d Class, 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 



2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



18 21 
19, 19 
18, 18 

18, 19 

19, 19 

20, 21 

21, 22 
Is, 20 
19, 19 
19, 20 
18, 19 
18, 18 
18, 19 
18, 18 
18, 18 
19,20 
18, 19 
19,20 
18, 19 
18,20 
18, 19 
18, 18 
19,21 
18, 18 
18, 19 
19,20 
18, 19 
19,19 
18, 18 



COMPANY B, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Capt. Geo. H. Priest 
Lt. D. W. Colburn . 
Sgt. A. R. Fellows . 

" Ernest V. Rugg 
Corp'l C. E. Oliver . 

44 C. W. Robin- 
son 
Priv. Frank E. Craig 

44 A. Dongworth . 

44 Geo. H. Lewis 
Sgt. E. A. Bruce 

" W. J Robinson 
Corp'l J. C. Smith . 



o. S-, 


R. 


IstClass, 


43,43 


1st do. 


R. 


S. S., 


43,44 


IstClass, 


42,44 


1st do. 


R. 


o. S., 


R. 


IstClass. 


42, 44 


1st do. 


44, 42 


2d do. 


19,21 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


20,21 



Corp'l F. M. Trum- 
bull . 
" H. B. Allen . 
Priv. B. W. Blanch- 
ard 
44 W. D. Briscoe, 
44 W. H. Daven- 
port 
44 Alex. S. Ewin . 
44 H. B. Follett . 
" H. H. Fisk . 
" F. V. Gilson . 
44 J. M. Goodrich 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



19, 19 
21,22 

18, 19 
18, 19 

21,21 
18, 19 
18,20 
18, 19 
18, 19 
20,21 



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COMPANY B, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Priv. G. E. Howard . 

" L. N. Lufkins 

" Joseph E. Lock 

" G.H.Lawrence 

" E. B. Lancy . 

" H. A.- Metcalf . 

" F. A. Metcalf . 

" E. H. Nutting . 

" R. B. Read . 

" E. L. Starkey . 

" G. H. Trombly 

" R. "Warrington 

" George S. Ware 

" R. H. Alison . 

" Thomas Brown 

" F. B. Cass 

" Ed. Dowden . 

" Geo. E. Harris 

" Benj. Johnson. 



Record 


Class. 


2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



R. 

21, 21 
18, 18 
20,21 
18, 20 
18, 19 

R. 
18, 19 
21,21 
19,20 
22,22 

R. 
18, 18 
17, 17 
16, 18 
15, 16 

15, 17 

16, 16 
16,17 



Rank. 



Name. 



Record 
Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



Priv. S. B. Lawrence 
" W. K. Morse . 
" L. W. Richard- 
son 
" A. L. Sumburg 
11 D. M.Vincellett 
" H. H. Warren . 
" Fred. Warner . 

Lt. H. D. Moulton . 

Sgt. H. W. Huntley . 

Priv. E. D. Garfield .. 
" John H. Harris 
" Fred S.Moore . 
" John McClure . 
" H. A. Marshall 
" Geo. S. Sands . 
" George Stevens 
" G.E. Wells . 



3d Class, 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



15, 16 
16,20 

15, 18 
15, 16 
16,17 
15,17 
16,17 



COMPANY C, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sgt. A. B. Peters . 

" G. C. Wenden . 

" A. D. Colby 
Corp'l A. Ashworth . 

" W. C. Gannon 
Priv. F. C. Stevens . 
Lt.H.T.B.Richardson 
" Alex Greig . 
Sgt. S. S. Cunning- 
ham 
Corp'l T. Livingston 

" F. D. Costello 

" W. P. Berry . 
Priv. Oscar Hirsh . 

" A. P. Heath . 

« W. J. Hurd . 

" B. J. Pearson . 

" J. B. Romain . 

" A. Y. Rodger . 

" A. B.Varnum. 

" T. Ashworth . 

" D. A. Bushee . 

" R. Clogston . 



S. S., 


R. 


S. S., 


R. 


o. o., 


R. 


s. s., 


R. 


s. s., 


50,50,47 


s. s., 


R. 


IstClass, 


R. 


1st do. 


42,43 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


44,44 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


S. s., 


R. 


IstClass, 


R. 


2d do. 


20,22 


2d do. 


21,21 


2d do. 


18,20 



Priv. O. S. Hahn . 
" A. W. Hersome 
" R. W. Hardy . 
" W. Kelly 
" A. F. Russell . 
" H.W. Stevenson 
" A. J. Smith . 
" A. H. Tuttle . 
" W. A. Thomas 
" C. T. Kittridge 
" A.D.Mitchell. 
" E.G.Willough- 
by . . 
Capt. A. D. Prince . 
Sgt. F. I. Costello . 
Priv. H. W. Crooker 
" C. R. Decatur 
" A. Goodridge . 
" E. A. Johnson 
" H. Midgley . 
" J. J Royal . 
" CO. Stevens . 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


1st 


do. 


3d 


do. 



19,23 

18, 19 

19, 19 
R. 

19,21 
19,21 
R. 
18,21 
18, 19 

15, 16 

16, 18 

15,20 



COMPANY D, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sgt. W. S. Conroad . 

" A. J. Whelan . 
Corp'l L. F. Fagan . 
Capt. John J. Shea . 
Lt. John J. Driscoll . 

" J. F. McDowell . 
Sgt. C. M. Lynch . 

" J. J. Kittredge . 
Corp'l J. J. McDowell 
Priv. R. O'Donnell 



s. s«, 


45,50,46 


o. S., 


46,48,46 


s. s«, 


R. 


IstClass, 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


43,47 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


42,44 


1st do. 


42,45 



Corp'l P. J. Moran . 
" J. B. O'Brien 

Priv. E. H. Burns . 
" James Collins. 
" J. T. Gallagher 
" Wm. J. Galvin 
" J. F. Kennedy 
" H. O'Rourke . 
" M. Reardon . 
" James Jay 



IstClass, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



44,44 
18, 18 
18, 20 
19,21 
18, 18 
21,21 
22,22 
18, 19 

18, 19 

19, 19 



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Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 




Class. 


1895. 




Class. 


1895. 


Priv. John J. Dunn . 


2d Class, 


18,21 


Priv. Joseph Morrill 


3d Class, 


15, 19 


" M. Connors 


2d 


do. 


R. 


44 J. J. Spillane . 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


Corp'l Michael Flynn 


3d 


do. 


16, 18 


44 G. B. Stanton . 


3d 


do. 


15,17 


" W. H. Dolan 


3d 


do. 


16,20 


44 Thomas Tansey 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


Priv. P. J. Casey 


3d 


do. 


16, 18 


44 Wm, H. Grant 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


" John Connors . 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


Sgt. J. W. Malone . 


2d 


do. 


- 


" Joseph Collins 


3d 


do. 


15,21 


Priv. G. F. Brody . 


2d 


do. 


- 


" A. Conlon 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


' 4 Martin Fahey . 


3d 


do. 


- 


14 Hugh Crane . 


3d 


do. 


16, 18 


44 Michael Killeen 


2d 


do. 


- 


44 J. J. Gould . 


3d 


do. 


17, 18 


44 Phillip Mohan 


3d 


do. 


- 


44 J. F. Hogan . 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


44 John Taylor . 


3d 


do. 


- 


44 John J. Kane . 


3d 


do. 


15,17 


44 Michael Arbor 


2d 


do. 


- 


44 D. McNamara 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 











COMPANY E, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sgt. F. T. Fischer . 
Lt. C. W. Cooledge . 
Corp'l G. F. Howland 
Priv.W. C. Hardigan 
Sgt. H. E. Miller . 
Capt. F. P. Valentine 
Priv. C. R. Vollmee 

44 A. R. Yates . 
Sgt. George Beard . 
Corp'l M. J. Brown . 
Sgt. H. A. Bent 
Priv. S. Cunningham 
Corp'l W.F Rowland 
Bug. J. T. Rockwood 
Priv. G. F. Thomas . 

" J. C. Valentine 

44 C. W. Wilder . 

44 J.H.Alexander 

44 A. E. Bent 

44 C. P. Carpenter 
Corp'l W. B. Chase . 
Priv. H. W. Damon 

44 C. E. Davol . 

44 J. R. Dexter . 

44 F. Dora . 

44 E. C. Eames . 

44 W. H. Frank- 
land 
Corp'l H. W. Fay . 



D. M., 

S. S., 


46,50,46 
R. 


s. s , 
s. s., 


47,48,48 
R. 


s. s., 
s. s., 


45,48,47 
R. 


s. s., 


R. 


s. s., 


R. 


IstClass, 


43,42 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


42, 45 


1st do. 


43,44 


1st do. 


44, 46 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


42, 44 


1st do. 


42, 44 


2d do. 


R. 


2d do. 


R. 


2d do. 


22,22 


2d do. 


18, 20 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


18,20 


2d do. 


21, 22 


2d do. 


19, 20 


2d do. 


R. 


2d do. 


19, 23 


2d do. 


20,21 



Priv. J. W. Gove . 
44 J. S. Hamilton 
44 I. M. Hamilton 
44 F. M. Kendall . 
44 H. T. Lane . 
44 Geo. H. Marcy 
44 A. A. Morse . 
44 W. E. Morse . 
44 C. E. Morse . 
44 J. R. McCann . 

Lt. J. S. McNeilly . 

Priv. H. M. Pudde- 
foot 
44 J. C. Riley . 
44 F.M.Robertson 
44 E.S.Tavlor . 
44 G. F. Whitte- 

more . 
44 H. W. Ambler . 
44 H. Bacon 
44 G. M. Bent . 
44 A. L. Carpenter 
44 F. W. Cole . 
44 G. W. Sullivan 
44 C. F. Garfield . 
44 H. J. Metcalf . 
44 A P.McPherson 
44 J.F.McPherson 
44 B. W. Coleman 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do- 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



19,21 
21,22 

R. 
20,20 
20,20 
19,20 

R. 
19, 19 

R. 
18,20 
19,20 

21,23 

18,21 
19,20 
19, 19 

21,21 
15,17 

16, 16 
15, 16 
16,21 

17, 20 
15, 16 



COMPANY F, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sgt. G. W. Olmstead 
Capt. Geo. A. Devlin 
Lt. H. B. Chamber- 
lain 
44 F. G. Taylor 
Sgt. E. L. Morse . 
44 Fred Smith 
44 Henry Buckley 
Corp'l E.E.Merritt. 



IstClass, 


R. 


2d do. 


19,20 


2d do. 


20, 21 


2d do. 


19,20 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


19,21 


2d do. 


18, 18 



Corp'l Chas. W. Hol- 
brook . 
44 A. W. Hosmer 

Priv, J. Berthiaume . 
44 G. C. Brigham 
44 F. Moriarty . 
" F. L. Ripley . 
44 W. J. Strouach 
" H. W. Swift . 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



19, 19 

18, 19 

20, 20 

19, 19 
18, 18 
18, 18 
18, 18 
18, 19 



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COMPANY F, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 




Class. 


1895. 






Class. 


1895. 


Priv. C. E. Walker . 


2d Class, 


20,20 


Priv 


. G. B Herrick . 


3d Class, 


16, 19 


Corp'l C. I. Lincoln . 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


k 


I. S. Hosraer . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


" V. C. HoltT . 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


«( 


W. B. Libby . 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


" D. E. O'Brien 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


<< 


J. H. Lvnch . 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


Bug. Jerome "Whelan 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


i< 


D. McKenzie . 


3d 


do. 


15,15 


Priv. L. J. Beauregard 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


(< 


H. McKenzie . 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


" W. J. D. Brown 


3d 


do. 


15,16 


<< 


J. McKenzie . 


3d 


do. 


17, 20 


" B. E. Comey . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


a 


W.F. McCarthy 


3d 


do. 


15, 18 


" E. H. Coburn . 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


c< 


E.W.McVicker 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


" W. H. Cowern 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


tt 


J. M. Mullen . 


3d 


do. 


17, 18 


" E.C.Dalrymple 


3d 


do. 


15,17 


<< 


H. W. Pope . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


" Isaac S.Dunn. 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


(< 


L. A. Russell . 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


" P. D. Frazel . 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


u 


G. E. Stevens . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


" M. Greenwood 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


<< 


M. H. Tarpy . 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


" J. W. Grover . 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 













COMPANY G, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Priv. Alfred Davis . 

" Ed'in G. Baker 

« M. T. Cowen . 
Lt. W. Fair weather . 
Priv. Henry H. Farr 
Sgt. Lewis G. Hunton 
Priv. J. A. Randall • 

" A. J. Brown . 
Sgt. J. W. Buzzell . 
Priv. Fred H. Heath 
Bug. Wm C. Jaques 
Corp'l F. T. Weeks . 
S£t. W. H. Whiston 
Priv. A. Boucher 
C »r .'IG.R. Caldwell 
Sgt Ed, R. Delmage 
P iv. F. C. Douglass 

" C. W. Draper . 

" F. W. Durant . 
Cor >'l George H. 

McNamara . 



D. M., 


S. g 


M 


S. 5 


•, 


s. g 


•, 


s. s 


•, 


s. g 


•, 


s. g 


»M 


IstClass, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



R. 
R. 

45,49,48 

R. 
44,48,46 
45,48,46 

R. 

R. 
42,42 

R. 
42, 46 

R. 
42,43 
■18, 18 

18, 20 
22, 22 

19, 21 
18, 18 

20, 21 

18, 18 



Priv. J. H. Pearson . 
" Chas. E. Poor. 
" John J. Shea . 
" J. J. Dearden 
" M. M. Doyle . 
" Pearl T Durrell 
" Bernard French 
" J. E. Keville . 
" W.S. Nutting. 

Priv. F. W. B arris s . 

Corp'l F. A. Boyle . 

Capt. Ed. B Carr . 

Sgt. Frank Dodge . 

Priv Samuel Fox . 
" Jos R. Gelinas 
il D. J. Gironx . 
« W. E. Golden . 
" Henry Hopkins 

Lt Geo S. Hoioard . 

Priv Frank If. Iby . 

Corp'l W R Magoon 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


S. S., 


3d Class, 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


| 2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 




Jr 



R. 

22, 22 
18, 18 
16, 17 
16, 19 
17,18 

16, 16 
15, 16 

17, 17 



COMPANY H, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sgt. W. E. Sweetser 

Priv. P. A. Mansfield 

Corp'l G. R. Barn- 
stead . 
" C. W. Hough- 
ton 

Priv. O. W. Hough- 
ton 
" W. R. Murphy 
" A. N. Newhall 
" G. L. Tabbut . 

Lt. B. A. Freeman . 

Sgt. N. G. Evans . 

Priv. R. F. Chase . 
" G. A. Hanson . 
" A. W. Nason . 



D. M., 


49,50,47 


D. M., 


48,50,47 


S. S., 


48,48,47 


o. S., 


48,50,46 


s. s., 


49,50,47 


s. s., 


49,49,47 


s. s., 


48,48,47 


s. s., 


49,50,46 


IstClass, 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


44, 45 


1st do. 


R. 



Priv. D. A. Stevens . 

" D.M.Stewart. 
Sgt. H. A. Thayer . 

" J. E. Johnson . 
Bug. F. A. Wilkins . 
Priv. M. F. Ames . 

" E. Frazier 

" A. A. Green . 

" J. Glvnn . 

« J. H. Harts- 
horne . 

" F. D. Hawes . 

" G. E. Mason . 

" P. J Sanborn . 

" A. K. Tabbut . 

" C.D.Whiteman 



IstClass, 

1st do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 



R. 

43,43 
22, 23 

18, 19 
18, 19 
18, 18. 
19,20 

18, 18 
20, 21 

18,19 
21,22 

19, 20 
22,22 
18, 19 
18,20 



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COMPANY H, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Priv. G. B. Williams 
" E. L. Wright . 
" W.D.Desmond 

Corp'l H. L. King . 

Priv. R. H. Barnstead 
" S. E. Barnstead 
" W. E. Breagey 
" H. Camerlin . 
" H. W. Morrill . 
" W. F. Poole . 
" A. W Rowe • 

Capt. S. G. Sweetser 



Record 


Range 
Work. 


Class. 


1895. 


2d Class, 


18, 18 


2d do. 


18,20 


2d do. 


18, 18 


3d do. 


15, 15 


3d do. 


17, 19 


3d do. 


15,20 


3d do. 


15, 18 


3d do. 


15, 19 


3d do. 


17, 18 


3d do. 


15, 17 


3d do. 


15, 16 


2d do. 


— 



Rank. 



Name. 



Record 
Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



Lt. Fred T. Green . 
Corp'l John Gilson . 

" W. S. Hurd . 
Priv H. L Hanson . 

" W. McMahon . 

11 T. E. Noyes . 

" Peter Quinn . 

" J. A. Reynolds 

" E. F. West 

" J. A Keenan . 
Sgt. D. E. Magner . 



2d Class, 

2d do. 

2d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 



COMPANY I, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sgt. Wm. A. Bennett 
Priv. W. A. Buttrick 
Lt. Cyrus H. Cook . 
Priv. George Faber . 
Corp'l G. G. King . 
Sgt. E. L. Miner 
Lt. B. F. Smith 
Priv. G. A. Barker . 

" E.A.Conant,2d 
Corp'l Chas. C. Davis 
Priv. W. N. Decker . 

" G. P. Hagerty . 

" J. W. Hagerty . 
Sgt. Joseph S. Hart . 
Corp'l C J. Hogan . 
Priv. R. P. Hosmer . 

" W. N. How . 

" F.E. McDonald 

'• Wm. Rod way . 

" T. L. Smith . 

" J. H. Tolman . 
Capt. S. H. Tuttle . 
Priv. F. B. Wallace . 
Corp'l H. W. Brig- 
ham 
Priv. J. M. Collins . 
Sgt. John W. Cull . 
Priv. P. A. Davis . 

" H. C. Derby . 



s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 


44,48,46 
44,48,46 
45,49,46 
46,48,46 
R. 


s. s., 
s. s., 


45,48,49 
R. 


IstClass, 


42,44 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


43,43 


1st do. 


43,44 


1st do. 


44,44 


1st do. 


45, 46 


1st do 


42,42 


1st do. 


43, 45 


1st do. 


44,43 


1st do. 


44,46 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


42, 45 


1st do. 


44,43 


1st do. 


44, 43 


1st do. 


42, 45 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


21,21 


2d do. 


19,20 


2d do. 


19, 20 



Priv. D. J Donovan 
" M. J. Flannery 
" Gilbert C. Hall 
" J. B. Hayes . 
Sgt. Ashley P. How 
Priv J. C. Howard . 
" George N. Lee 
" John E. Loring 
" Thos F. Lvons 
" M Mc Walter . 
" R. B. Oliver . 
" Edwin A Par- 

menter . 
" R. W. Powers 
" A.B.Worthlev 
" H.RWorthley 
" John M. Bills . 
» W. J. Hunt . 
" W. W. O'Con- 
nor 
" F. J. D. Bam- 
forth 
" C. M. Byron . 
" H. W. Haynes 
" J. L. McCarty . 
" E. P. Murray . 
Corp'l P. Pendergast 
Priv. G. N. Sherman 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


1st 


do. 


3d 


do. 



19,20 
18,20 
18, 19 
R. 
20, 20 
18,20 
20, 21 
18, 19 
18, 19 
18,20 
18, 19 

18, 20 
18, 19 
18, 19 
19,20 
15, 20 
15, 15 

16,17 



COMPANY K, SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Capt. U. A. Goodell 

Lt. H. L. Brousseau 

Priv. R. V. Stoodley 

Sgt. N. E. Putney . 

Corp'l J. F. V. Casa- 

vant 

" James Anglum 

Lt. A. M. Higgins . 

Sgt. Chas. A. Clarke 

" Eugene J. Baker 



S.S., 


R. 


S. o , 


46,49,47 


s. s, 


44,48,46 


IstClass, 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


44,42 


2d do. 


21,21 


2d do. 


19,20 


2d do. 


19,20 



Sgt. William Lee 
Corp'l Walter Hager 
" Wm. Maguire 
" John Glover . 
Priv. E. Belanger 
" A. E. Brousseau 
41 F. E. Bennett . 
" T. Cnddihy 
" J. B. Casavant 
'* N. Degrenier . 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do 


2d 


do 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do 


2d 


do. 



19,21 
R. 

19, 20 
R. 

18, 18 

20, 20 
20, 20 

19, 19 
IS, 18 
18, 18 



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COMPANY K, SIX !CGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



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V. II .1 . 

\ DandrMtf S. 
I \V. E. ( 
Jr.. . 8. 

.1 n. Moore 

\V .1 \\ 
l'riv. A. A. Kiiur 

\. 1 . I 

r. H. Prio 

>uld . 

I'riv. C. II. Ball 

•• E. P. Bi m\ . 
Item Bai 
R, P. dike . 

EL 

(.. \v. Floyd . . 19 

•• W. p. 1 . is 

•• P. L. Mitchell . 2d , 1^ 

bv . 2d do. 

C. W. Richard- 

I s . is 
• W. U. Rich- 

-■>ii . . 2d '!"• I s . 



.rt . 

I 

W. H. .T,,r.ian 

r. i). i 

S. L. I) fu§ . 



8d do. 

8d do. 

8d do. 

3d do. 

Sd do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 



16, 10 



COMPANY M. SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



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Hank. 



Namk. 



Record 
Class. 



Sgt. W. W. French . 
Priv. B. Fairbanks . 

" H. G Fairbanks 

" Edwin Fowler . 

" W. H. Fisk . 
Corp'l Fred Gaskill . 
Priv. F. L. Kimball . 
Corp'l A. W. Miller 
Priv. J. E. McAloney 

" E. F. Stratton . 

" Asa B. Trask . 
Sgt. G. E. Thayer . 
Priv. D. K. Arrand . 

" S. S. Archer . 

" Robt. Bigelow . 



2d Class, 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



20,20 
18, 18 
18, 19 
22, 22 
20,21 
18, 18 
18, 19 
20, 20 
18, 19 

18, 18 
22,23 

19, 20 
15, 16 
15, 15 
15,20 



Rank. 



Name. 



Priv. 



F. Chamberlain 
H. Chesmore . 
Otis Chesmore , 
Ernest Crowell 
C. E. Dewing . 
C. P. Draper . 
James Fursee . 
W. T. Gould . 
W.W.Holbrook 
L. Rogers 
Geo. A. Wilcox 
William White 
Ewin B. Wood 
Harry E. Ward 



Record 
Class. 



3d Class, 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



15, 16 
15, 15 
15,17 
15, 16 

15, 15 

16, 18 
16, 17 
15,16 
15, 16 
15, 16 

15, 16 

16, 17 
16, 16 
16,20 





TROOP F, 


CAVALRY. 








Capt. E. H. Shaw . 


D. M., 


50,49,46 


Priv 


. E. A. Blaisdell 


2d Class, 


19,20 


Asst. Surgeon Amasa 






<i 


Geo. H. Blood 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


Howard 


S. S., 


46,48,47 


<( 


P.P. Cummings 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


Q. M. Sgt. Charles F. ! 






<< 


B. W. Decatur 


2d 


do. 


18,23 


Scribner 


s. s, 


49,50,46 


M 


H. B. Emerson 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


Sgt. E. H. Keyes . 


D. M., 


45,48,47 


a 


Edward Fisher 


2d 


do. 


19,23 


" A. M. Warren . 


s. s., 


48,49,46 


(< 


J. E. Harring- 








" P. L. Piggott . 


s. s., 


48,48,47 




ton 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


Corp'l J. J. Monahan 


s. s., 


50,50,49 


a 


Frank Healy . 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


i( W. Perham . 


s. s., 


46,48,48 


a 


E. E. Hildreth 


2d 


do. 


21, 21 


" O. M. Pratt . 


s. s, 


46,48,48 


it 


J. E. Hogan . 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


Priv. P. J. Brennan . 


s. s., 


44,49,46 


u 


Fred A. Home 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


" Williston Carll 


s. s., 


48,50,46 


<( 


B. F. Jacobs . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


" B.W. Chandler 


s. s., 


44,48,47 


<( 


H. O. Karlson . 


2d 


do. 


19,21 


" John Fisher . 


s. s., 


46,48,46 


(< 


Charlie Kemp 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


" O. W. Fiske . 


s. s., 


44,48,47 


u 


M. A. Kimball 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


11 Chas. McEnnis 


s. s., 


44,48,48 


a 


J. E. Marshall 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


" L.J. Parkhnrst 


s. s., 


48,48,48 


<( 


H. H. Mills 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


" D. A. Pollev • 


s. s., 


46,48,47 


u 


H. T. Mangan 


2d 


do. 


18,19 


11 E. H. Shaw, Jr. 


o. o., 


44,48,46 


«( 


O. A. Nelson . 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


" E. W. Sweetser 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


<( 


John J.Nichols 


2d 


do. 


20,20 


" P. S. Ward . 


s s., 


45,48,47 


(( 


C. A. Nickles . 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


" M. A. Warren 


s. s , 


47,49,46 


<( 


C. G. Nickles . 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


" Geo. M. Wright 


s. s., 


44,49,47 


(( 


James F.O'Day 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


Hos.Stew'd Lloyd L. 






(( 


W. H. Quislev 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


Walker . 


IstClass, 


42,44 


<( 


B. E. Robbins 


2d 


do. 


20, 21 


Sgt. C. E. Bartiett . 


1st do. 


42,46 


l< 


A. Rolph 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


Priv.H.C.McMaster 


1st do 


44,45 


(« 


S. Seymour 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


" J. W. O'Brien. 


1st do. 


44,47 


ii 


T. P. Sheehan 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


'< J. H. Wilson . 


1st do. 


42, 45 


<( 


C. S. Smith . 


2d 


do. 


20, 20 


Lt. A. R. Leighton . 


2d do. 


21,22 


Ii 


J. E. Taylor . 


2d 


do. 


19, 20 


" W. J. Quigley . 


2d do. 


18, 20 


(< 


F. I. Vinal . 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


Sgt. D. W. Robbins. 


2d do. 


19,20 


(( 


C. D Worden. 


2d 


do. 


19, 20 


Corp'l J. C. Decatur 


2d do. 


19,21 


(( 


Eli T. Burbeck 


3d 


do. 


17,18 


" F. L. Fletcher 


2d do. 


19,22 


(( 


F. W. Buttrick 


3d 


do. 


17, 18 


" E. L. Teano . 


2d do. 


19, 21 


«( 


R.W.Emerson 


3d 


do. 


16,16 


" J. H. Wilkins 


2d do. 


19, 19 


(( 


C. A. Hartwell 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


Bug. J. S. Gilchrist . 


2d do. 


19,20 


<< 


Dan McLeod . 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


" Wm. C.Ward. 


2d do. 


20,20 


(< 


A. S. Nickles . 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


Priv. E. T. Adams . 


2d do. 


18, 18 


<( 


O. F. Palmer . 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


" H. T. Adams . 


2d do. 


21,21 


(( 


E. A. Page 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


" F. Amission . 


2d do. 


18, 18 


(< 


E. S. Ricker . 


3d 


do. 


16,17 


•' W. S. Bassett . 


2d do. 


18,20 


<< 


C. S. Taylor . 


3d 


do. 


16,17 



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ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



SECOND BRIGADE STAFF. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Record 

Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



Capt. Gordon Dexter 
Sgt. Lester Leland . 

" Frank A. Brown 
Brig. Gen. Benj. F. 

Peach, Jr. 
Lt. Col. C. C. Fry . 
" " F.C. Her set/ 
Maj. A. A. Hall 



S. S„ 
3d Class, 
3d do. 

S. S., 
3d Class, 
2d do. 
S. S., 



R. 

16, 18 
16,21 



Rank. 



Name. 



Record 
Class. 



Maj. Elijah George . 
Capt. W. T. Lambert 

" F.W. Parker . 

" A. N. Rantoul 

" Phillip Little . 
Sgt. W. M. Merrill . 

" W. S. Bryant . 

" A. Wainwright . 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



IstClass, 
1st do. 
3d do. 

o. o., 

IstClass, 
D.M., 
2d Class, 
3d do. 



FIELD AND STAFF, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Maj. Chas. C. Foster 
Lt. Robert Ball Edes 
Maj. G. H. Benyon . 
Col. Sgt. W. S. Phil- 
lips 
Maj. A. M. Mossman 
P.M. Sgt. C.B.Cabot 
Ch. Bug. E.R.Morse 
Col. Sgt. A. K. Sweet 
Orderly E. L. Wingate 



D. M., 


49,50,49 


D. M., 


50,49,47 


D. M., 


R. 


S. S., 


R. 


2d Class, 


22, 21 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


19,22 


2d do. 


19,20 


2d do. 


18, 19 



Col. W. A. Bancroft 
Lt. Col. J. H. Whit- 
ney . 
" Fred P. Barnes . 
1 ' H. Lincoln Chase 
" H.P. Ballard . 
Sgt. Maj. C H. Cutter 
Lt. Albert C. Warren 
Hos. Steward C. A. 
Charles . 



s. s., 


IstClass, 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



COMPANY A, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Capt. W. W. Stover 
Sgt. James H. Jacobs 

" Wm. H. Wilson 

" John F. Goode . 
Corp'l R. F. Howard 
. " J. R. Tread- 
well . 
Priv. Wm. E. Butler 

" Winford Doyle 

" H. S. Gilchrist 

" James Haley . 

" A. A. Lerned . 

" C. Lindquist . 

" W.E.McPher- 
son 

" A. H. Snow . 

" F. G. Wescott . 

" A. P. Coleman 

" H. Galbraith . 

" B. B. Grant . 

" Paul J. Koch . 



2d Class, 


18,18 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


2d 


do. 


19, 20 


2d 


do. 


20, 20 


2d 


do. 


20,20 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


2d 


do. 


21,22 


2d 


do. 


19,21 


2d 


do. 


20,20 


2d 


do. 


19,21 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


3d 


do. 


17,18 


3d 


do. 


17,18 



Priv. W. H. Magoun 
" Roy M. Perkins 
" C. H. Virgin . 
" F. A. Walker . 
" W. E. Wallace 

Lt. Wm. S. Tolman 
" R. W. Bray 

Sgt. E. F. Flanders 
" Mark E Smith 

Corp'l Ed Glufling . 
" J. A. Stevens 
" M. E. Jenkins 

Priv. C. E. Arnold . 
" T. J. Darcey . 
*' Albert Jacinth 

Bug. R. Lufkin 

Priv. A. F. Taylor . 
" Fred W Titus 
" CO. Shute . 
" G. E. Wilson . 



3d Class, 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


1st 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


1st 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



16, 17 

15, 16 

16, 18 
15, 16 
17,17 



COMPANY B, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lt. Charles W. Facey 


D. M., 


47,49,46 


Sgt. Herbert C. Fox 


S. S., 


45,48,47 


Corp'l H. Bancroft . 


S. S., 


44,48,46 


Priv. F. W. Gallison 


S. S., 


45,48,46 


Sgt. F. J. Brennan . 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


Sgt. Chas. J. Kindler 


s. s., 


44,48,48 


Priv. B. J. Coakley . 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


Lt. Charles J. Kirby 


S.S., 


44,48,46 


" G.W.Creelman 


s. s., 


46,48,46 


Capt. Edw. E. Mason 


s. s., 


44,48,47 


" Daniel J. Early 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


Corp'l R. A. McLeod 


s. s., 


45,48,47 



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Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 




CJass. 


1895. 






Class. 


1895. 


Sgt. P. J. McNarnara 


S. s., 


44,49,46 


, Priv 


. P. E Moylan . 


2d Class, 


18, 18 


Corp'l R. T. Owens . 


s. s., 


45,48,47 


1 " 


Geo. F. JSolan . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


Priv. Ralph L. Davis 


IstClass, 


42,43 


(< 


John J. Owens 


2d 


do. 


20,21 


" Edward Keif . 


1st 


do. 


42,42 


<< 


C. W. Rogers . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


Corp'l L. J. McDon- 








<< 


F. A. Rooney . 


2d 


do. 


18, 21 


ald . 


1st 


do. 


44,42 


«« 


D. J. Sullivan . 


2d 


do. 


18,18 


" R. J. Powers . 


1st 


do. 


42,43 


u 


C. P. Wheeler. 


2d 


do. 


19, 21 


Priv. J. F. Shaugh- 








(( 


G. P. Wheelock 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


nessy . 


1st 


do. 


42,42 


(( 


C. A. Wyman . 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


44 Fred J. White 


1st 


do. 


43,44 


<« 


S. F. E. Acker 


3d 


do. 


16,17 


Corp'l R. D. Worces- 








(( 


James N. Blair 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


ter . 


1st 


do. 


42,46 


(( 


Wm. F. Bowler 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


Priv. Frank L. Zelck 


1st 


do. 


42, 42 


( ( 


Frank Burgess 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


" Harry L. Allen 


2d 


do. 


22,21 


(1 


F. W. Dennis . 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


14 E. E. Andrews 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


(( 


L. W. Johnson 


3d 


do. 


17, 18 


44 E. E. Beatteay 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


(< 


John Kief 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


44 P. W. Buckley 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


«( 


E. F. O'Neil . 


3d 


do. 


17,21 


44 John K. Butler 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


(( 


M.D.Ferguson 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


44 Rob't Clements 


2d 


do. 


18,22 


(< 


T. H. Reardon 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


" Wm. Conn ell . 


2d 


do. 


19, 20 


«« 


C. W. Rogers . 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


41 P. F. Donahoe 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Bug 


James F. Ryan 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


44 R. L. Gillies . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Priv 


. C. S. Squires . 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


44 J. A. Gilman . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


<i 


E. A. Sweeney 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


44 T. P. Hay ward 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


<t 


EM. Thomp- 








44 R. R. Lowe . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 




son 


3d 


do. 


15, 16. 


44 J. McKay 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


ci 


S. J. Young . 


3d 


do. 


17, 11 


44 A. L. Moriarty 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 













COMPANY C, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Capt. J. Albert Scott 
Sgt. A. E. Trudo . 
Corp'l H. E. Billings 

44 J. B. Dugan . 

44 Winfield Scott 
Priv. W. E. Moore . 
Sgt. C. F. Carling . 
Corp'l G. H. Wascott 
Priv. P. E. Miles . 

44 H. C. Stearns . 
Lt. H. B. Inman 
Lt. E. R. Springer . 
Sgt. F. A. Barrows . 
44 E. F. Berry 
Corp'l C. F. Barrows 
Priv. G. W. Ambrose 

44 J. W. Britton . ! 

44 C. G. Farssen . i 

44 E.H. Gammons 

" F. S. Hemmen- 
way 

" J. T. Lanigan . 

" T. F. Lackey . 

44 E. A. Moore . 

44 C. F. Osborne . 

44 A. J. Reed 



S. S., 

s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 

IstClass, 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 
2d do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do 

do. 

do. 



2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 



49,50,47 
45,50.47 
44,48,46 
45,48,46 
46,49,46 

R. 

R. 

R. 

R. 
46,45 
18, 19 
18, 19 

R. 
18, 19 
18, 19 
18, 18 
18, 19 
19,22 
18, 19 

18, 19 
20, 20 

18, 18 

19, 19 
R. 

20,21 



Priv. William Scott . 

44 W. P. Staples . 

44 W. A. Wood . 

44 F. W. White . 

41 J.F.Whitney. 

14 S. G. Whitney 
Sgt. R. W. Daley . 
Priv. A. H. Bailey . 

44 W. E. Bleakley 

44 Chas. Benyon . 

41 Elmer Billings 

44 T. J. Dacey . 

44 S. W. Fiske . 

44 E. J. Glancy . 

41 G. F. Guilford 

" F. A. Hoyt . 

14 T. J. Leach . 

14 F. W. McCabe 

" H. J. McCam- 
mon 

44 G. G. Moyse . 

44 H. H. Ober . 

44 P. J. Walton . 

" J. F. Gallagher 

44 J.F Ryan . 

44 M. F. Turner . 



2d Class, 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do. 
2d do 



3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



18, 19 
18,19 
18,21 

18, 18 

19, 19 
19,20 
16, 16 
15, 18 
16,20 
15, 16 
15, 15 
15, 16 
15,17 
15, 17 
15, 16 
15, 16 
16,17 

15, 16 

17,17 
15,17 

16, 16 
16,16 



122 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S EEPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY D, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Capt. W. C. Butler . 

Lt. A. E. Lewis 

Sgt. C. E. Nauman . 
" P. N. Robicham 

Corp'l H. Rickard . 

Mus. Geo. H Fox . 

Priv. Joseph Fratus . 
" Joseph Heffler 
" A. W. Hertel . 
" E. E. Harding 
" Geo. M. Neal . 
" S. Nightingale 
" B. S. Simmons 
" Geo. W. Swain 

Lt. E. A. Dunton . 

Sgt. C. H. Robbins . 

Corp'l J. A. Gloyd . 
" G. M. Camp- 
bell . 
" J. T. Crosan . 



Record 


Range 
Work. 


Class. 


1895. 


2d Class, 


19, 19 


2d do. 


20,20 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


21, 21 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


21,21 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


18,20 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


18,20 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


19,20 


3d do. 


16, 17 


3d do. 


16, 17 


3d do. 


16,17 


3d do. 


15, 16 


3d do. 


15,16 



Rank. 



Name. 



Priv. 



T.A.Brotherton 
A. J. Carr 
John Donovan 
J. S. Donley . 
N. I. Davis 
W. E. Farrell . 
F. A. Hagan . 
C. F. Jones 
Henry Levey . 
M. E. Morton . 
E. F. Nutter . 
J. Nickerson' . 
Chas. E. Burt 
Chas. R. Doten 
A. N. Douglass 
E. A. McMann 
E.E. Nickerson 
Wm. Picard . 
L. A. Shirman 
Thomas Young 



Record 
Class. 



3d Class, 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

1st do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

2d do. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



15, 16 

15, 18 
16,17 

16, 16 
15, 16 

15, 15 

16, 16 
15, 16 
16,17 
15, 16 
16,17 
15, 17 



COMPANY E, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Capt. J. U- Wescott . 

Lt. G. H. Lowe 
" O. J. C. Neilson . 

Sgt. G. W. England 
" G. H. St. Dennis 

Corp'l A. D. Haskell 
" J. J. Mahoney 
" W. I. Wescott 

Bug. G. J. Cutler . 

Sgt. A. F. Jones 
" E. R. Dearborn 
" O. J. Whitney . 

Corp'l A. "W. McLean 

Priv. F. J. Byron 
" G. E. Barry . 
" A.W.Brewster 
" J.B.Fitzpatrick 
« J. H. Griffin . 
" A. S. Hall 
" H. A. Junior . 
" H. G. Kennedy 
" J. W. Maher . 
" C. W. McDon- 
ald 
" H. J. F. Rehm 
" W. L. Sherman 
" J. R. Waters . 
" F.R. Waterman 



R.S., 


47,48,47 


IstClass, 


42,47 


1st do. 


44,43 


1st do. 


44,44 


1st do. 


44,47 


1st do. 


44, 45 


1st do. 


43, 45 


1st do. 


42,42 


1st do. 


44, 44 


2d do. 


18,21 


2d do. 


21, 21 


2d do. 


20,22 


2d do. 


19,20 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


18,20 


2d do. 


18,20 


2d do. 


18, 20 


2d do. 


18, 20 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


19, 20 


2d do. 


21,21 


2d do. 


19, 21 


2d do. 


18, 19 



Priv. F.O. Waterman 

" N. H. Waite . 
Corp'l W. J. Leonard 

" R.J Dinsmore 
Priv. H. H. Adams . 

" A Anderson . 

" J. R. Bancroft . 

" E.N. Chase . 

" H. P. Chamber- 
lain 

" G. W. Cushing 

" G. T. Fogg . 

" M. P. Golden . 

" H. Goodridge . 

" A. E. Hixon . 

" A. F. James . 

" C. B Keene . 

" R. E. Kinney . 

" F. A. LeBuff . 

" J. W. Lowe . 

" G. H. Moore . 

" H. J. Moldt . 

" J. F. Perkins . 

" C. C. St.Dennis 

" J. C. Vaughn . 

" W. J.Wilson . 

" W. F. Wescott 

" J. H. Whalen . 



2d Class, 


19, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 



19 
20 
17 
16 
17 
15 
18 
16 

20 
15 
16 
17 
18 
18 
17 
17 
17 
17 
16 
16 
15 
17 
16 
18 
17 
16 
18 



COMPANY F, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Corp'l W. B. Jackson 
Capt. M. D. Clement 
Lt. C. E. Hamilton . 
Sgt. H. F. Smith . 



D. M., 


50,48,47 


S. S., 


47,50,47 


s. s., 


48,50,49 


S.S., 


47,48,47 



Sgt. E. H. Ball 

" W. J. Benton . 

" L. R. Gindrat . 
Corp'l H. T. A. Butler 



S. S., 

s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 



R. 

45,48,46 
44,48,46 
48,49,48 



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123 



COMPANY F, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY — Concluded. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Corp'l L. Downing . 
Priv. E. Baptiste 

«« E. DeBarthe . 

" E. H. Harvey . 

" W. T. McCann 

" W. Merrill 
Lt. W. E. Whiting . 
Sgt. C. A. Shafer . 
Priv. W. H. Anthony 

" E. E. Harring- 
ton 

" F. W. Sawyer . 

" J. F. Latnson . 
Corp'l J. E . Kavanagh 

" H. L. Willev . 

" S. E. Brown . 
Bug. R. G. Harper . 
Priv. C. S. Bond 

" M.J.Connors. 

" S. Cropley 

" W.E. DeBarthe 

" R. E. Dodge . 

" J. F. Donahoe 

" F. J. Doris 



Record 


Class. 


S. S 


•> 


S. S 


«j 


S. 5 


•i 


S. S 


• » 


S. g 


•> 


S. S 


•» 


IstClass, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



47,49,46 

R. 
48,50,47 

R. 
44,48,47 
44,48,48 

R. 
42,42 
42,43 

42,42 
42,42 
45, 42 
20, 21 
R. 
18, 18 
19,20 
19,21 
18,20 
20,23 
19,22 
20,20 
19,20 
18, 18 



Rank. 



Name. 



Record 
Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



Priv. G. W. D. Emer- 
son 

" E. F. Flynn . 

" A. C. Foster . 

" R. A. Hooton . 

" F. A. Howard 

" A. J. Leger 

" W.E.Luxford 

" H. I. Merrill . 

" H.S.Mortimer 

" J. P. O'Dwyer 

" W. W. Powden 

" E. Parkinson . 

" C. C. Preble . 

" F. A. Preble . 

" F. Quinn 

" R. D. Smith . 

" W. H. Truelove 

" G. B.Vickerson 

" G. P. Winn . 

" C G. Brooks . 

" E.Fitzpatrick. 

" H. A. Joseph . 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



19,22 
21, 22 
20,21 
21,21 
18, 18 
18,20 
18, 18 
19,21 
18, 18 

18, 18 

19, 20 
18, 18 
18, 19 
19,21 
18, 19 
18, 19 
18, 19 

20, 20 
18, 18 
15, 18 
15, 15 
15, 17 



COMPANY G, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Priv. S. G Smith . 

Lt. Thos. McCarthy 

Sgt. L. W. Patten . 

Priv. J. L. Fowle . 
" Geo. H. Nason 

Sgt. Geo. S. Cutler . 
" G. H. Barrett . 
11 F. W. Hoskins . 

Corp'l W. A. Eraser 
" P. D. Gambell 

Priv. G. S. Campbell 
" A. Cummings . 
" H. T. Sinclair . 

Lt. W. W. Wade . 

Corp'l F. W. Miller . 

Bug. Wm. E. Doyle 

Priv. W. T. Caswell 
" Ernest Forsbug 
" J. L. Larson . 
" J. P. McArdell 
" J. W. McCarthy 
" B. F. Stevens . 
" Harold Smith . 
" John Tighe : . 
" W. C. Whitten 
" W. A. Durward 
" J. R. Graham . 



D. M., 


S. S 


• , 


s.s 


•> 


s. s 




s. g 


•» 


IstClass, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



50,50,47 

49,48,47 

48,48,46 

50,50,46 

50,48,46 

45,42 

44,43 

45,46 

46,42 

42,44 

43,43 

47,42 

43, 42 

R. 

R. 
20,23 
20,21 
18,20 
20,21 
18, 20 
18,18 
21, 21 
20,22 
18,18 
21,21 
20,21 
18, 18 



Priv. C. Duncan 
" G. E. Pound . 

Capt. E. F. Wyer . 

Corp'l F. H. Marion 

Priv. James Anthony 
" Peder Anderson 
" W.H.DeLoriea 
" W. E. Fresh . 
11 B. Flaherty . 
" M. Foley . 
" T. W. Knights 
" E. Libby . 
" R. J. McHughe 
" C. Paulson 
" John Paulson . 
" Mark Parsons. 
" H. A. Quinn . 
" J. P. Shea 
" P. J. Cary 

Sgt. C. S. Cummings 

Corp'l W. T. Cook . 

Priv. W. C. Byrne . 
" W. E. Rooney . 
11 F. H. Winn ,. 
" A. C Wyer . 
" McQuillen 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



,22 
, 19 
, 15 
, 19 
,19 
,17 
, 15 
, 19 
,16 
, 18 
, 17 
, 16 
,17 
, 16 
, 18 
, 15 
, 17 
, 16 
,19 



124 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY H, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Record 

Class. 



Capt. F. Meredith, Jr. 

Lt. Fred. McDonald 

Sgt. L. H. Johnson . 

Corp'lH. A. Gilson. 

Priv. J. W. O'Neil . 

Lt. H. Y. Gilson 

Corp'l C. L. Mclntire 

Priv. J. P. Ward . 

Corp'l M. J. Bourke 

Sgt. A. W. Duncan . 
" William Foley . 

Corp'l Gerald J. Mac- 
Donald . 

Priv. A. J. Davis, Jr. 

Sgt. V. E. Gilson . 

Priv. J. F. McCarthy 
" J. O'Connell . 
" C. A Rhodes . 
" H. J. Frissell . 
" D. F. Adams . 
" J. J. Coppinger 
" J. B. Govan . 
" D. L. Houlihan 



S. S., 

s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 

IstClass, 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



R. 
R. 
R. 
R. 
R. 
R. 
R. 
R. 
18, 18 

18, 18 
R. 

19, 19 
R. 

18, 22 
17,21 

R. 

R. 

R. 
15, 16 
15, 15 
15,21 
15, 15 



Rank. 



Name. 



Priv. R. McGregor . 

" J. J. Murphy . 

<< G. H. Nichols . 

" J.F.Mulcahy. 

" M. J. Walsh . 
Sgt. W. H. Benson . 

" R. J. Buchanan 
Bug. F. Ruppersburg 
Priv. R. J. Cole 

" A. J. Coyle . 

" E. B. Farmer . 

" E. W. Gordon . 

" J. P. Bart 

" Thomas Harvey 

" T. A. Hillery . 

" N. J. Innis 

" H. E. Kenney . 

" J.W. Moore . 

" O. A. Nichols. 

" S. E. O'Brien . 

" T. A. Sullivan 

" W. B. Walker 



Record 
Class. 



Range 

Work. 
1895. 



3d Class, 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



15,16 

15, 15 

16, 18 
15, 17 
15, 16 



COMPANY I, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sgt. C.A.Richardson 
Capt. Wm. H. Goff . 
Lt. H. A. Clark 
Sgt. F. C. Gray 

" F. W. Northrop 

" F. C. Wilmarth 
Corp'l W. W. Cooke 

" A.M.W Briggs 
Priv. F. A. Adams . 

" F. E. Goff 

" F. C. Stowe . 
Lt. G H. Sykes 
Sgt. E. H. Brings . 
Corp'l 0. F. Hicks . 

" W. S. Stowe . 

" I. M. Mott . 
Bug. H. A. Pike 
Priv. I. M. Brown . 

" G. E. Clapp . 

" G. H. Crosby . 

" A. C Eggleston 

" G. Fife . 

" H. W. Gardner 

» W.H.Goff, Jr. 

" A. L. Jillson . 

" L C. Martin .' 

" L. R. Manches- 
ter 

" A. H. Nickerson 

" E. L. Phipps 



S. S., 


46,48,47 


IstClass, 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


43,44 


1st do. 


47,42 


1st do. 


44,44 


1st do. 


50,46 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


44, 46 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


47,46 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


21,21 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


20,20 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


18,20 


2d do. 


R. 


2d do. 


18,20 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


22,22 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


R. 


2d do. 


20,20 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


19,21 



Priv. E. M. Spencer 

" J. H. Williams 

" W. F. Wright . 

Corp'l R. D. Man- 
chester . 

Priv. F. C. Becker . 

" H. C. Branett . 

" C. J. Brown . 

" R. W. Dexter . 

" W.F.Douglass 

" W. A. Grow . 

" J. W. Hayden . 

" H. F. Hicks . 

" F. H. Kendell . 

" W.F. Keenan. 

*' L. C. Keyes . 

" L. F. Lincoln . 

" S.F.Mann, Jr. 

" F. T. Mathews 

" J.M.Mackenzie 

" G. W. McGill . 

" A. W. Purdy . 

" A. Pettersen . 

" J. P. Pike 

« W. E. Riley . 

" R. Sterling 

« G. H. Searls . 

" H. N. Sperry . 

" G. E. Witherell 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



18, 19 
R. 
R. 



18 
15 
17 
16 
16 
15 
17 
15 
16 
17 
19 
20 
15 
20 
16 
17 
17 
15 
17 
16 
22 
18 
16 
21 
16 



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COMPANY K, FIFTH BEGIMBNT INFANTRY. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Record 
Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



Lt. W. H. Whitney . 

Corp'l Ivers Lowe . 
" J. E. Higgins 

Lt. H. L Kincaide . 

Priv. J. S. Odom . 
" E. L. Frampton 
" W.R.Frampton 

Sgt. W. P. Cahill . 

Priv. F. W. Jones . 
" O. A. Fretchoff 
" Fred. L. Bent . 

Sgt. M. A. Colbert . 
" D. F. Foster . 
" M. Gunderson 
" C. W. Hunter . 
" H.H.Holmes. 
" O. A. Johnson 
" W. J. Leslie . 

Corp'l J. R. McGrath 

Capt. W. E. Morrison 

Priv. F. W. Newcomb 
" G. F. Phillips . 

Bug. P. E. Quill 

Corp'l 0. F. Smith . 



S. S., 
S. S., 
S. 8., 
IstClass, 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 
2d do. 



2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



46,48,46 
47,49,46 

R. 
42, 44 
42, 45 
42,49 
42, 42 

R. 

R. 

R. 
20, 21 
18,20 

18, 18 

19, 19 
18, 19 

18, 21 
18,21 

19, 19 
20,21 
22,22 
20,20 
20,21 
18,22 
18,19 



Rank. 



Name. 



Record 

Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



Priv. T. C. Smith . 

" F. E. Wood- 
worth . 

" C. F. Whiting . 
Corp'l H. F. Barrett 
Priv. H. L. Berry . 

" T. C. Brown . 

" John W. Boy ce 
Corp'l T. B. Crane . 
Priv. C. Cavanaugh . 

" T.E.Davidson 
Corp'l J. E. Higgins 
Priv. O. A. Johnson 

" J. W. McGrath 

" A. L. Morrow . 

" Geo. Leonard . 

" D. Millbery. . 

« A. S. Odom . 

" 'W.C.Moses . 

" Peterson . 

" F. H. Raymond 
Sgt. C. F. Spear 
Corp'l J. F. Mohan . 



2d Class, 


2d 


.do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



18,20 

18,19 
R. 
17, 18 
16,17 
15,17 
15, 18 

15, 16 
17,20 
16,17 
17,18 

16, 17 
17,18 

17, 18 
16, 16 

15, 17 

16, 17 

17, 19 
15, 19 
16,16 



COMPANY L, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Priv. E. C. B. Erick- 

son 
Sgt. A. G. McKinley 
Priv. J. C. Hills 
Corp'l John Lawler . 

" L. E. Felton . 
Capt. E. E. Locke . 
Priv. J. Spraker, Jr. 

" W.F.Churchill 

" C. W. R. Pem- 
broke . 

" C. D. Berg 

" L. B. Heaton . 

" O. J. Honde . 
Lt F. F. Cutting . 
Sgt. W. S. Sweetser. 

** H. A. Carter . 
Corp'l A. A. Grady . 
" E. C. Rea . 
" E.L. Sweetser 
" C. K. Daniels 
Bug. W. A. Dowd « 
Priv. W. D. C. An- 
drews . 

" Bobert Booth . 

" W. E. Brown . 

" G. S. Brown . 



D. M., 


48,48,47 


S. S., 


48,48,48 


s. s., 


46,48,46 


s s., 


R. 


s. s, 


46,48,47 


IstClass, 


45,47 


1st do. 


46,42 


1st do. 


44,44 


1st do. 


45,45 


1st do. 


46,45 


1st do. 


45, 45 


1st do. 


42, 42 


2d do. 


18,20 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


18,18 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


21,22 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


20,21 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


18,21 


2d do. 


18,20 


2d do. 


23, 24 


2d do. 


21, 21 



Priv. Frank Barker . 

" L. O. Bishop . 

" H. F. H. Clark 

" H. F. Gerke . 

" J. A. Gladwin . 

" F. E.Hulsman 

" J. M. Jefts 

" W. A. Landers 

" W. J. Lutes . 

" E. S. Mavo . 

" C. E. Miller . 

11 C. L. Nidner . 

" T.H.Nicholson 

" W. B.Ogilvie . 

" W. W. Ogilvie . 

11 W. B. Parker . 

" A. N. Sedley . 

" H. H. Schrow. 

" W. B. Stott . 
Lt. J. H. Mann 

Sgt. C. A. Perkins . 
Priv. J. C. Black . 

" E. J. Foisy 

" T. J. Grady . 

" F. P. Holmes . 

" H. O. Rounds . 
Priv. John Reid 



2d Class, 


19, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


22, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


22, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


20, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


20, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


20, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


20, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 





, 19 
,20 
, 18 
, 19 
,23 
, 18 
,23 
, 19 
, 23 
, 19 
,20 
, 19 
, 19 
, 19 
,23 
, 19 
, 19 
,21 
, 20 
, 16 
, 16 
, 16 
,17 
, 16 
, 17 
, 15 



126 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 



COMPANY M, FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 




Class. 


1895. 




Class. 


1895. 


Lt. C. H. Groves . 


IstClass, 


48, 48 


Priv. H.P.Fairbanks 


2d Class, 


19, 19 


Priv. W. E. Lamson 


1st 


do. 


45, 43 


" A. J. Pope 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


" T. Tr avers. . 


1st 


do. 


44,42 


" J.C.Wheeler. 


2d 


do. 


21,21 


Capt. C. F. Reed . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


" B. N. Wheeler 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


Lt. H. C. Moore 


2d 


do. 


20,20 


" J.A.Wheeler. 


2d 


do. 


18,20 


Sgt. W. H. McCarthy 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


" G. H. Taylor . 


2d 


do. 


18,19 


" H C. Skinner . 


2d 


do. 


21,21 


" L. D. Porter . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


" W. H. Hastings 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


" J. F. Short- 








" F. S. Rowell . 


2d 


do. 


21, 21 


sleeve . 


2d 


do. 


19, 22 


Corp'l L. E. Ordway 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


" H. C. Tucker . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


" E. F. Hill . 


2d 


do. 


21,21 


" R. Wellington 


2d 


do. 


18, 20 


" F. W. Hale . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


" W. A. Richard- 








" T.F. Lynch . 


2d 


do. 


20,21 


son 


3d 


do. 


16, 19 


Priv. L N. Breault . 


2d 


do. 


18,19 


" A. Goucher 


3d 


do. 


16,17 


" E. J. Harvey . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


" W. E. Boyd . 


3d 


do. 


17, 18 


«• F. E. Ordway . 


2d 


do. 


19, 20 


" M.A.Lawrence 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


" A. M. Macom- 








Bug. C. A. Therrien . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


ber 


2d 


do. 


21.23 


Priv. L. H. Weeler . 


3d 


do. 


15,17 


" R. Timmons . 


2d 


do. 


21,22 


" C.A.Campbell 


3d 


do. 


17,17 


" C. R. Brigham 


2d 


do. 


20,20 











FIELD AND STAFF, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Maj. E.W. M.Bailey 
Lt. Ed. H. Eldredge 
Maj. W. C. Dow . 
P.M. Sgt. C.E.Max- 
well 
Q.M. Sgt. C. F. Per- 
kins 



S. S., 
IstClass, 
2d do. 


i 
R. 
42,45 
18, 19 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


18, 19 



Col. Wm. A. Pew, Jr. 
Lt. C. F. Wonson . 
Hos.Stew'dF. P.Y. 

Logan . 
Drum Major W. H. 

Thomas . 
Maj. W. M. Ward . 



2d Class, 
2d do. 

3d do. 

2d do. 
2d do. 



18.20 
18,21 

15, 16 



COMPANY A, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lt. G. W. Langdon . 
Priv. G. H. Dow 
Sgt. Joseph Dalton . 
Corp'l J. P. Balch . 

" W.H.Roberts 
Priv. J. Lawrence . 
Capt. A. G. Perkins . 
Sgt. J. W. Pearson . 
Corp'l J. O. Evans . 
Priv. C. E. Coffin . 

" John Connell . 

" A. J. Eaton . 

" C. W. Howard 

" G. E. Leavitt . 

" C. L. Marble . 

" J. W. Murphy. 

" W. F Peel 

" C. W. Pond . 
Sgt. E. J. Snow 



s. s., 


46,49,46 


s. s., 


47,48,47 


IstClass, 


47,43 


1st do. 


44, 43 


1st do. 


44,42 


1st do. 


44,42 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


21, 21 


2d do. 


20, 20 


2d do. 


21, 21 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


21,21 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


20,20 


2d do. 


19,21 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


18,20 


2d do. 


19, 19 


3d do. 


16,17 



Corp'l H. L. Keith . 
Priv. B. A. Ilsley . 

" F. C. Jackman 

" J. L. Lausey . 

" Edward Miller 
Lt. W. F. Flanders . 
Sgt. C. Dan forth 
Bug. W. B. Knight . 
Priv. C. J. Bray 

'.' A. L. Durgin . 

" W. F. Fox . 

" W.H.Lattimer 

" J. F. McLean . 

" George Parr . 

" J. H. Reddy . 

" E.St. Clair . 

i( E.B.Thompson 

" C. W. Williams 



3d Class, 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


1st 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



16,18 
15, 17 
15, 17 
17, 19 
17, 19 



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COMPANY B, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Wort. 




Class. 


1895. 




Class. 


1895. 


Sgt. M. S. Higgins . 


D. M., 


48,50,46 


Priv. W. S. Saunders 


IstClass, 


43,44 


Capt. H. S. Bean 


S. S., 


45,48,46 


44 F. W. Scribner 


1st 


do. 


R. 


Lt. S. A. Hinckley . 


s. s., 


47,48,46 


44 F. S. Shaw 


1st 


do. 


42,42 


Sgt. F. M Sweet 


s. s., 


46,48,46 


" W. J. Taylor . 


1st 


do. 


44,48 


Corp'l J. Granigan . 


s. s., 


45,48,47 


" H. Blaisdell . 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


44 J. J. Melia . 


s. s., 


46,48,47 


44 F. B. Boardman 


2d 


do. 


18,20 


" M. H. Parker 


s. s., 


45,48,47 


11 J. R. J. Burke 


2d 


do. 


20, 21 


44 J. Sweeney . 


s. s, 


44,48,47 


» G. W. Colby . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


" S. E. Weare . 


S.S., 


45,48,47 


11 C. M. Collins . 


2d 


do. 


20,21 


Priv. E. A. Brown . 


s. s, 


44,48,46 


" E. Copeland . 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


" J. Farrell . 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


44 J. E. Cowen . 


2d 


do. 


18,20 


" J. F. Higgins . 


s. s., 


R. 


" H. C. Dennett . 


2d 


do. 


18,20 


44 H. Higgins 


s. s., 


44,48,48 


11 M.F. Downer. 


2d 


do. 


20,20 


14 R. E. Lardner . 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


" A. Fowden 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


" E. J. Moisen . 


s. s., 


44,49,46 


11 J. H. Gallagher 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


44 M. J. O'Brien . 


S.S., 


45,48,46 


" W. Gallagher . 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


" N. L. Walsh . 


S. s., 


45,49,47 


" C. B. Harris . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


" W. Walsh 


s. s., 


44,48,47 


" F. Jenkins 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


Sgt. T. P. Higgins . 


IstClass, 


44,47 


" L. E. Knight . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


Corp'l H.G.Sylvester 


1st do. 


42,43 


" M. Locke . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


Priv. C. Currier 


1st do. 


45,43 


" J. McKay 


2d 


do. 


19, 20 


" T. Dooling 


1st do. 


43,43 


44 P. McMenamin 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


44 N. Dufault 


1st do. 


44,43 


" W. E. Morrill . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


" J. J. Foley 


1st do. 


43,43 


44 L. E. Murrey . 


2d 


do. 


19, 21 


" P. J. Greeley . 


1st do. 


42,43 


" F. G. Petterson 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


" J. A. Lindquist 


1st do. 


R. 


" J. W. Pow 


2d 


do. 


18,20 


" J. E. Moisen . 


1st do. 


42,47 


" C. F. Stephan . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


M C. Mulligan . 


1st do. 


43,43 


" F. J. Verrett . 


2d 


do. 


20,21 


" S. L. Porter . 


1st do. 


42,44 


" C. E. Carter . 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


" G. H. Sampson 


1st do. 


44,42 


" A. Feltham . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 



COMPANY C, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sgt. E. A. Marshall . 

Capt. F. A. Graves . 

Lt. Charles A. Slee . 

Sgt. W. W. Shean . 
" F. B. Denning . 

Corp'l C. Pierce 

Priv. W. Brown 
" J. C. Doane . 
" F. W. Wood- 
bury 

Lt. Chas. H. Snow . 

Sgt. J. J. Glass 
" F. H. Osgood . 

Corp'l F. M. Brough- 
ton 
44 T. J.Whalen. 
" Walter E.Hal- 
lowell 

Priv. J. P. Bessora . 
11 F. F. Brown . 
" E.J. Cummings 
" M. V. Dooley . 
" C. F. Doe 
" J. H. Goss, Jr. 
" F.B.Knowland 
" W. B. Powers . 
" Geo. H Savary 
" J T. Sandwich 
" Frank Tucker . 



s. s., 


45,48,46 


IstClass, 


43, 43 


1st 


do. 


42, 42 


1st 


do. 


42,44 


1st 


do. 


42,43 


1st 


do. 


42,42 


1st 


do. 


42,43 


1st 


do. 


42,43 


1st 


do. 


43,43 


1st 


do. 


R. 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


2d 


do. 


18, 21 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


2d 


do. 


18,21 


2d 


do. 


21,21 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


2d 


do. 


18, 20 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


2d 


do. 


18,21 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 



Priv. J. E. Whitney 

44 W. E. Eustis . 

44 F. M.Sbattuck 

" N. Brown 

11 W. H. Boyle . 

" Clifford Doane 

" Benj. Doane . 

" T. F. Doane . 

14 Ashton Doliber 

•« P Foley 

" W. Greenough 

" Jesse Lent 

" John Mahoney 

11 S. McDonald . 

" H S. Peach . 

44 George Reed . 

14 T. P. Rvan . 

44 G. T. Sinclair . 

44 J. B. Sinclair . 

44 F M. Smith . 

44 W. O. Trasher 

44 F. A. Wiggin . 

44 C. R. Whitney 

44 Chas F. Hurt . 

44 D. J. O'Brien. 

Jr. 

44 W. A. Taylor . 

" H.E.Tomlinso?i 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



21,21 
R. 
R. 

, 16 
, 15 
, 18 
, 18 
,17 
, 19 
, 15 
,17 
, 16 
, 18 

, 15 

, 16 

, 15 

, 16 
,18 
, 19 
,17 
,16 
, 15 
, 18 



128 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY D, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Record 
Class. 



Lt. C. T. Hilliker . ! D. M., 

Sgt. A. H. Sisson . D. M., 

«< T. J. Cobey . S. S., 
Capt. F. Murray . j IstClass, 

Sgt. J. B. Galligher. I 1st do. 

u J. B. Linehan . J let do. 

Corp'l W. W. Cann . | 1st do. 

" E I. Piper , i 1st do. 

" J. W. Piper . J 1st do. 

" R. W. Nicker- 

son . . 1st do. 

Priv. E. L. Pack . 1st do. 

Lt. H. B. Goodridge 2d do. 

Sgt. E. L. Varnam . 2d do. 

Corp'l W. F. Brown 2d do. 

Bug. F. I. Stickney . 2d do. 

Priv. G. W. Barry . 2d do. 

" G.P. Brougham 2d do. 

" F.K.Cloudmau 2d do. 

" W. A. Cochrane 2d do. 

" H. D. Disbrow 2d do. 

" J. L. Hamilton I 2d do. 

" J. M. Hilton . j 2d do. 

" A.C.McConnell 2d do. 

" F. H. Ober . 2d do. 

" E. L. Payne . 2d do. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



44,48,46 

R. 
46,48,48 
45,48 
42, 44 
49, 47 
46, 43 
43,42 

R. 

45,42 
44, 45 
19, 21 
18, 18 
R. 

18, 19 

19, 20 
IS, 19 
18, is 

18, 18 
is, 21 
22, 23 

19, 19 
18, 18 

18, 19 

19, 20 



Rank. 



Name. 



Record 

Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



Priv. J. R. Scott 

" C. H. Smith . 

" C. G. Talbot . 

'« W. E. Toone . 

" J. J. Trefren . 

" H. E. Wheeler 

Corp'l H. \V. Cum- 
mings . 

Priv. C. A. Burnhain 

" C.W.Cloudman 

" A. R. Corraach 

" G. W. Eaton . 

" J. B. Hoitt 

** J. J. Linehan . 

" G.W. Nicholson 

" W. F Rich 

" W. Tall)ot 

" L. P. Thomas . 

" II. V. YVhittier 

" IV. T. Con mil 

" J. E Cunniff . 

" 8. E Mitchell 

11 W, H. Perry . 

" IV. A. Robbins 

" F. /;. Williams 

" P. F. Megary . 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



18, 19 

19, 19 

18, 19 
18,20 
19,21 

19, 21 

16, 19 
15, 18 
15, 15 

15, 16 

16, 16 
16,17 

16, 17 
15, 17 

17, 17 
16,17 
15, 15 
15, 15 



COMPANY E, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lt. Joseph W. Preston 

" Robert Robertson 

Sgt. Frank H . Jones 

" Almon Gray 
Capt. Wm. Stopford 
Sgt Walter B. Ober 
11 E. A. Stand ley . 
Corp'l R. E. Simpson 
Bug.W.W. Gardner 
Priv. Harry 0. Gray 
" Louis E. Shaw 
Sgt. Geo. W Davis . 
Corp'l Geo. E. Hath- 
away . 
" W. H. Hath- 
away . 
" Fred. H Low 
" G.W.Preston 
" F.W. Stopford 
Priv. F. H. Beckford 
" F. R- Barker . 
" Wm. L. Colson 
" W. N. Crowell 
" F. A. Dennis . 
" D. J. Goodwin 
" M. W. Gray . 
" F. D. Jones . 
" Henry W.Lee. 
" Geo. H. Levirs 
" John W. Lane . 
" Wm.W.Lund- 
gren 



s. s., 


s. s., 


8. S., 


8.S., 


IstClass, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 





R. 


47,48 




R. 


48,50,4S 


44, 


42 




R. 


45, 


49 


44, 


48 


44, 


44 


43, 


47 


42, 


43 




R. 


18, 


19 




R. 


18, 


19 




R. 


19, 


19 


18, 


19 


18, 


19 


18, 


20 


18, 


19 


19, 


21 


20, 


20 


18, 


21 


19, 


20 


21, 


22 


18, 


19 


18, 


18 


18, 


20 



Priv. 



H. E. Miller . 
J. H. Morgan . 
H. B. Northrop 
J F. Preston . 
Vaseo V. Rich- 
mond . 
O. B. Shordon . 
J A. Standley . 
1). W. Allen . 
A. 11 Bowdoin 
J. S. Crowley . 
Joseph Collins 
S. G. Church . 
Geo. K Grotto 
A. K. Gregware 
J. J. Ingoldsbj 
Wm. S Jones . 
P. H. Louis . 
C.H McManus 
F.J. McDonald 
J. M. Magner . 
D. F. Magner . 
C. L. Pervier . 
Fred C. Ryder 
F.W. Robinson 
Jas. A. Smith . 
H. D. Schade . 
H.A.Stevenson 
A. L. Standlev 
W.E.Williams 
W. B. Wood- 
bury 



2d Class, 


„ 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 



19 
19 
20 
20 

21 

20 
19 
17 
17 
15 
17 
16 
15 
16 
16 
17 
17 
19 
17 
16 
17 
16 
18 
16 
16 
16 
17 
17 
16 



1896.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



129 



COMPANY F, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 




Class. 


1895. 




Class. 


1895. 


Sgt. W. H. Floyd . 


S.8., 


45,48,49 


Priv. J. E Davis 


2d Class, 


19,22 


" E. P. Cogswell . 


s. s., 


44,49,48 


" B. M. Dyer . 


2d 


do. 


18 


19 


" G. P. Smith 


s. s., 


44,50,48 


»■ W.H.Edwards 


2d 


do. 


20 


20 


Corp'l C. N. Drew . 


s. s., 


44,49,47 


" G. C. Foss 


2d 


do. 


18 


. 18 


" D. E. Jewell . 


s. s., 


46,48,50 


" F. C. Hastings 


2d 


do. 


19 


21 


" E. A. West . 


s. s , 


44,48,50 


" G. E. Hadley . 


2d 


do. 


18 


20 


" A. Law 


s. s, 


45.48,50 


" G. H. Hobson. 


2d 


do. 


18 


19 


" A. H. Bond . 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


" W. F. Lang . 


2d 


do. 


22 


23 


Priv. A C. Briggs . 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


" S. J. Lambert . 


2d 


do. 


19 


21 


" J. A. Barnstead 


s. s., 


44,48,47 


" P. A. Leslie . 


2d 


do. 


18 


21 


" W. M Coon . 


s. s., 


46,48,46 


" W. G. McLeod 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


" K. N. Drew . 


s. s., 


44,48,47 


" E. H.McLain . 


2d 


do. 


19 


21 


" B. S. GrifFen . 


s. s., 


45,48,47 


" G. H. Nason . 


2d 


do. 


20 


22 


" A. H. Quinby . 


s. s , 


44,48,47 


" F. A. Newman 


2d 


do. 


18 


19 


Sgt. A. Williams . 


IstClass, 


42, 45 


11 I. S. Noves 


2d 


do. 


21 


21 


Bug. H. W. Miner . 


1st do. 


42,45 


" B. H. Spofford 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


Priv. A. S. Drew 


1st do. 


42, 43 


" ' F. H. Taplin . 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


" G. E. Lane 


1st do. 


42,43 


" R. L. Taylor . 


2d 


do. 


18 


20 


" A. C. Morrison 


1st do. 


42, 43 


" G. H. Villars . 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


" W. J. West . 


1st do. 


42, 43 


" W. P. Ambrose 


2d 


do. 


18 


20 


" M. F. Webster 


1st do. 


44,46 


" C. F. Brindley 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


" W. 0. Priest . 


1st do. 


42, 60 


" J. A. Cregstrom 


3d 


do. 


15 


18 


Sgt. D. F. Wbittier . 


1st do. 


42,43 


" E. G. Deane . 


3d 


do. 


15 


19 


Lt. T. F. Crowley . 


2d do. 


22,22 


" M. A. Damon . 


3d 


do. 


15, 


16 


Corp'l J. L. Lang 


2d do. 


18, 19 


" A. F. Huse 


3d 


do. 


16 


17 


Priv. F. J. Adams . 


2d do. 


18, 18 


" F. S. Lovejoy . 


3d 


do. 


17 


18 


" F. P. Abbott . 


2d do. 


19,20 


" H. E. Sleeper . 


3d 


do. 


15 


16 


" C. F. Austin . 


2d do. 


18, 19 


" W. T. Wood- 


3d 


do. 


15 


16 


" W. H.Brindley 


2d do. 


18, 19 


burn 








" G. I. Blair 


2d do. 


18,18 


Lt. H. U. Mace 


2d 


do 


- 


" A. W. Claridge 


2d do. 


21, 21 











COMPANY G, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Priv. M. P. Alderman 


S. S., 


48,48,46 


' Capt 


. R. P. O'Reilly 


S.S., 


47,48,46 


Sgt. J. H. Coleman . 


S. S., 


R. 


i Priv 


F. C. Patterson 


S. s., 


44,48,47 


Lt. Wm. J. Crawlev 


S. S., 


47,48,46 


Corp'l W. B. Publi- 






Priv. Arthur E. Call 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


cover 


s. s., 


47,48,46 


" W.Cunningham 


s. s., 


45,48,46 ! 


Sgt. 


M. J.Publicover 


s. s„ 


46,48,47 


" J. T. Crowell . 


s. s., 


44,48,46 | 


Priv 


. J. J. Rodgers . 


s. s., 


45,48,46 


" J. W. Conley . 


s. s., 


44,48,46 i 


(< 


T J. Rodgers . 


s. s, 


44,48,46 


" C. K. Butler . 


s. s., 


45,48,46 | 


t( 


W. T. Smith . 


S. 8., 


44,48,46 


Corp'l D.V.Buckley 


s. s , 


44,48,46 


Corp'l 


S. s., 


44,48,46 


Priv. S. S. DeCoste . 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


Priv 


. H. L. Wass . 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


" H. F Douglass 


s. s., 


45,49,46 


(i 


H.B.Winches- 






" J. W. Fowler . 


s. s., 


44,48,46 




ter 


s. s., 


R. 


Sst. Ewd F. Gibbs . 


s. s., 


46,48,49 j 


«i 


A. II. Anderson 


IstClass, 


44,48 


Priv. William Gibbs 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


it 


G. L. Brown . 


1st do. 


42, 42 


" Joseph Garvey 


s. s., 


45,48,46 ! 


<« 


John M. Burns 


1st do. 


44,44 


" H. M. Hall . 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


ti 


G. R. Christo- 






" W. F. Hunter . 


s. s., 


45,48,46 ! 




pherson 


1st do. 


42,43 


" C. L. Ingersoll 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


l< 


A. P. Coffin . 


1st do. 


44,46 


" F. W. Johnson 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


(« 


F. H. Gardner 


1st do. 


42, 46 


" W.E.Landry. 


s. s., 


44,48,47 


(< 


P. B Howard. 


1st do. 


43,47 


" J. McLaushlin 


s. s. 


44,50.46 


«( 


B. Herrick 


1st do. 


44, 43 


" D. McAuley . 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


«( 


J. H.Malversen 


1st do. 


42,42 


Corp'l C. M. Mclsaac 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


(I 


E. D. Parsons 


1st do. 


43,47 


" . J. J. Mellow . 


S.S., 


44,48,46 


Sgt. 


E.J. Horton 


1st do. 


R. 


Sgt. J. P. Mclnnis . 


S. S., 


44,48,46 


Priv 


M. Balcome 


2d do. 


19,20 


Corp'l W. F. Marston 


S. S., 


44,48,46 


tc 


John Corliss . 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Lt. F. C. Noyes 


S. s., 


46,49,46 


u 


W. G .Chisholm 


2d do. 


18,20 



130 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY G, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY -Concluded. 



Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 




Class. 


1895. 




Class. 


1895. 


Priv. John DeLoid . 


2d Class, 


18,22 


Priv. H. McDonald . 


2d Class, 


19,18 


" Elmer A. Hall 


2d do. 


18, 18 


" C. H. Parsons . 


2d do. 


18, 18 


" R. F. Irving . 


2d do. 


18, 18 


" W. C. Parsons 


2d do. 


18, 19 


" G. P. Lawsoji . 


2d do. 


20,20 


" C. L. Stockel- 






" J. F. Martin . 


2d do. 


19,20 


berg 


2d do. 


18, 19 


" Edward Marble 


2d do. 


19, 18 









COMPANY H, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Capt. D. B. Purbeck 
Sgt. Geo. N. Jewett . 
Lt. W. P. Nichols . 
Sgt. J. Irving Fuller 
" Ernest C. White 
Corp'l C. E. Batchel- 

der 

Priv. Edw. J. Green 

Sgt. Chas. S. Pierce 

Corp'l T.O.H.Pineau 

" I. P. Hanscom 

" F.E Ferguson 

" E.J.Whelpley 

Bug. Edgar C. Coan 

Priv. E. A. Bradeen . 

" H.W. Churchill 

" R. Drinkwater 

" Lincoln B. Foss 

" G. L. Galencia 

" John P. Hines . 

" H. C. Morrill . 

" D. W. Marston 

11 Geo. L. Morton 

" James Ring 

Corp'l J. H. English 

Priv. W. L. Buxton . 

" J. F. Bassett . 



S.S., 


47,48,47 


o. S., 


46,48,46 


IstClass, 


42,43 


1st do. 


45, 42 


1st do. 


42,43 


1st do. 


42,43 


1st do. 


42, 43 


2d do. 


18, 20 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


19, 21 


2d do. 


20, 20 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


18, 19 


3d do. 


17,17 


3d do. 


15, 17 


3d do. 


15, 15 



Priv. James A. Clark 

" W. A. Crowell 

" S. F. Cook 

" Cyprien Chaput 

" Frank David . 

" T L. Deburger 

" E. L. Ellison . 

" G. R. Ellison . 

" J.D.Fitzgerald 

" Jas. H. Flynn . 

" Charles Gunn . 

u F. L. Hamilton 

" R. E. Jameson 

" Herbert W. Joy 

" Geo. A. Maak . 

" Edw. B. Meade 

" Henry Murphy 

" A. W. Parsons 

" H. E. Putnam 

" Albert E. Pyne 

" Henry F. Pratt 

" C. P. Shackle- 
ford 

11 E. B. Stoddard 

" C. M. Twiss . 

" H. F. Weare . 

" Wm. H. Wade 



3d Class, 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


' 







16 
18 
16 
16 
18 
15 
15 
17 
20 
16 
16 
15 
18 
16 
16 
16 
17 
18 
17 
19 
21 

19 
15 
16 
16 
16 



COMPANY I, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sgt. F. G. Harden . 

Capt.G.B.N.Cousens 

1st Sgt. W. A. Baker 

Corp'l E.Stephens, Jr.. 

Priv. John Simpson . 
" W. T. Abbott . 

Lt. C. E.Hodgdon . 

Sgt. J. E. Williams . 

Corp'l E. C. Cann . 

C'p'lET.Brackett,Jr. 

Priv. James S. Bean 
" G. W. Canney 
" E.P.Dow 
" J. W. French . 
" Arthur H. Gray 
" Albert H Gray 
" C. J. Jeffers . 
" T. W. Murphy 

Lt. Enoch Gove 



D. M., 


48,48,47 


S.S., 


R. 


o. S , 


45,49,46 


s. s., 


44,48,47 


s. s., 


46,48,46 


o. S., 


49,49,46 


IstClass, 


47,48 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


46,42 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


42, 45 


1st do. 


44, 48 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


44,46 


1st do. 


44, 44 


1st do. 


42, 43 


1st do. 


42,42 


1st do. 


44,43 


2d do. 


18,21 



Sgt. C. P. Roberts . 

" F. B. Varney . 

Corp'l L. J. Harvey . 

" D. W. Fogs' . 
Priv. O. L Bacheller 

" L. B. Bowlby . 

" A. A. Canney . 

" W. H. Cham- 
berlin . 

" T. F. Cogan . 

V Chas.Cotting . 

" M. Couhig 

" W. W. Hall . 

" G. F. Hiller . 

" C. R. Lawrie . 

" G. H. Reed . 

" W. J. Stephens 

« L.W.Tyler . 
Bug. D. N. Evens . 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



18, 19 

R. 

18, 20 

18, 19 
18,18 
18,22 

19, 20 

20,20 
20,20 

18, 19 

19, 18 
19,20 
19,19 

20, 19 
22, 20 
18,20 
19,20 
15,15 



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Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 




Class. 


1895. 




Class. 


1895. 


Priv. E. C. Atwood . 


3d Class, 


17,21 


Priv. John Connell . 


3d Class, 


mm 


" U. S. Hogan . 


3d do. 


15, 16 


*' J. L. Couhig . 


3d do. 


- 


" R. 0. Irvine . 


3d do. 


15, 16 


" E. F. Hall 


3d do. 


- 


" L. L. Lent 


3d do. 


16, 18 


" M. A. Lockwood 


3d do. 


- 


" J. W. Parsons 


3d do. 


15, 17 


" G. A Morse . 


3d do. 


- 


" R. T. Walsh . 


3d do. 


16, 17 


" H. E. Morse . 


3d do. 


- 


Corp' I H. A. Carter . 


2d do. 


— 









COMPANY K, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Capt. F C. Damon . 
Priv. Geo. F. Draper 

" A. E. Ayers . 

" E. A. Bedell . 

" John Bean 
Corp'l J. D. Brum- 

mitt 
Sgt. Edwin Flye 
Priv. H. E. Hall 
Sgt E. P. Hammond 
Priv. Geo. H. Poor . 
Bug. C. H. Walker . 
Priv. Amos Bennett 

" T. E. Blodgett 

" J. W. Babbitt . 
Lt. A. Preston Chase 
Corp'l W. E. Loch- 
head 
Priv. F. D. Nimblett 
Sgt. L. W. Watson . 

" James Wrest . 
Priv. E.N. Berry . 

" Jos Brissette . 

" A. Brissette 
Sgt. Alfred H. Cook 
Priv Oscar L. Curtis 

(i Edward Cann 
Corp'l Thomas Duffy 
Priv Frank L. Esty 
Lt. Henry W. French 
Priv. Herbert Guppy 

" D. Ingraham . 



D.M., 
D M., 

S. 8., 

s. s., 
s. s., 


49,50,47 
49,50,46 
44,49,46 
46,48,47 
48,48,46 


s. s., 

s. s., 
s- s., 

s. s., 

s. s., 

S. o., 
IstClass, 


44,48,46 
50,48,47 
46,49,46 
47,48,46 
44,48,47 
50,50,47 
45, 46 


1st do. 


44, 46 


1st do. 


50,43 


1st do. 


42,46 


1st do. 


42,42 


1st do. 


42, 45 


1st do. 


43,43 


1st do. 


43,42 


2d do. 


20, 23 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


22, 22 


2d do. 


21, 23 


2d do. 


18, 22 


2d do. 


21,21 


2d do. 


18,20 


2d do. 


19, 21 


2d do. 


18, 20 


2d do. 


18, 19 



Corp'l E. O. Lauson 
Priv. John Lvons 

" James Mains . 

" M. C. Marston 

" U. F. Mackenzie 

" Frank Purdy . 

" F. L. Parker . 
Corp'l M. C. Robllie 
Priv. J. A. Roonev . 

11 Geo.Rachliffe. 

" J. F. Rooney . 

" Fred Shepard . 
Corp'l A. Smiley 
Priv. Melvin Cook . 

" Patrick Duffy . 

" A. O. Gould . 

" Frank Howell . 

" Chas. Hamilton 

" Elmer Jones . 

" Jas Jackman . 

" D. J. Lineban . 

" Thos. Muskill . 

" J. McSuizzin . 

" J. T. Meade . 

" J J. Murphy . 

" J. J. McCarthy 

" Jos Nimblett . 

" T. A. Sullivan . 

" E. B. Withv . 

" Frank L. Wells 

" John Wrest 



2d Class, 


21, 


2d 


do. 


20, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


20, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


21, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


17, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do 


16, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 



21 
21 
19 
20 
18 
18 
21 
19 
19 
19 
18 
19 
20 
15 
17 
16 
17 
17 
17 
16 
17 
16 
17 
20 
17 
16 
17 
17 
16 
17 
18 



COMPANY L, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lt. James Forbes 


S. S., 


44,48,48 


Priv. John K. Fish . 


IstClass, 


43,43 


Sgt. G. W. Blanchard 


S. s , 


45,48,46 


Sgt. J. D. McRobbie 


1st do. 


42, 43 


" J. J. Donnovan . 


s. s., 


R. 


" G. H. Wilton . 


1st do. 


42,43 


Corp'l J. D. Harring- 






Priv. C. A. Anderson 


2d do 


19, 19 


ton 


S.S., 


R. 


" J. S. Anderson 


2d do. 


21,21 


" E. Larivee ■ . 


s. s., 


46,49,48 


11 D. H Beattie . 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Priv. N. Murphy 


s. s., 


44,48,47 


" J. L. Brackett . 


2d do. 


19,20 


" A. Provost 


o. O., 


46,48,49 


" R. S. Brown . 


2d do. 


18, 19 


" J Provost 


s. s , 


47,49,48 


" R. P. Casey . 


2d do. 


18, 19 


" Patrick Regan 


S. o., 


44,48,47 


Corp'l J. F. Connors 


2d do. 


22,23 


Sgt. S. M. Reilly . 


S. s., 


47,49,49 


Priv. J. J. Doherty . 


2d do. 


21,22 


Corp'l W. D. Smith 


s. s , 


44,48,47 


" John Heckler . 


2d do. 


19, 19 


Lt. John T. Finn . 


IstClass, 


42,43 


" J. W. Johnson 


2d do. 


20,20 



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COMPANY L, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY - Concluded. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Priv. Joseph Kelley . 
" Philip Larivee . 
" Frank Mullen . 
" John F. Shea*. 
" J. Thompson . 
" Eugene Torrey 
" A. H. Anderson 
'« Wm. Bay lake . 
" R. Collopy 
" J. A. Cunning- 
ham 
" C. H. Drew . 



Record 


Range 
Work. 


Class. 


1895. 


2d Class, 


18, 18 


2d do. 


20,22 


2d do. 


18,18 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


18, 18 


3d do. 


15, 16 


3d do. 


15, 16 


3d do. 


15, 16 


3d do. 


15, 16 


3d do. 


17,19 



Rank. 



Name. 



Record 

Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



Priv. Horace A. Fish 
" M. J. Haggerty 

Corp'l G. M. Hender- 
son 

Priv. M. M. Newall . 
" George Pelleter 
" L. N. Rondeau 
" O. F. Smith . 
" E.M.Wheelock 
" R. P. Lawless . 
" Thomas Coyle . 
" J. J. Sullivan . 



3d Class, 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



15, 15 

16, 16 

15, 15 
15, 19 

15, 15 

16, 18 
15,16 
15,17 
15, 18 



COMPANY M, EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Priv. C. S. Carter . 
Bug. I von P. Horton 
Lt. G. L. Marshall . 
Sgt. Walter J. Oliver 
Corp'l F. W. Pierce 
Priv. F. S. Riffgs . 
Corp'l A. C. Taylor . 
Priv. A. E. Ward . 
Lt. H. W. Whitten . 
Priv. F. W. Allen . 

" F. A. W. Arm- 
strong . 

" T.G.Armstrong 
Sgt. G. I. Canfield . 
Priv. H. D. Clark . 

" F. B Crowell . 

" F. E. Draper . 

" F. P. Edwards 

" J. W. Hyson . 
Corp'l John Kenney 
Priv. R. J. Lynd 
Capt. H. M. Parsons 
Priv. E. Pettengill . 

" Albert A. Ulm 
Sgt. H.B.Wilson . 



S. S., 

s. s., 
s. s., 

IstClass, 
D. M., 

o. o., 

IstClass, 
S. S., 

s. s., 

2d Class, 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 



2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 





R. 


45,48,46 
R. 




R. 




R. 


45,48,48 
R. 


44,48,49 
48,49,48 
19, 19 


18, 


18 


18, 


19 


21, 


23 


21, 


21 


21, 


22 . 


18 


18 




R. 




R. 


22 


22 


18 


18 


18 


18 


20 


21 


18 


18 


21 


21 



Priv. A. J. Young . 

" H. A. Cameron 

" J. Campbell . 

" Geo. O.Cook . 

" L. L. Hannaford 

" F. E. Hutchin- 
son 

" C. A. McDonald 

" W. H. Parker . 

" R. W. Phillips 

" C.R.Stewart. 

" G. W. Tibbets . 

" H. E. Bennett . 

" H.J. Blaisdell 

" R. B. Collupy . 

Sgt. L. F. Chamber- 

Corp'l A. F. Dole . 
Priv. L. T. Fernald 

" M . F. Jones . 

" A.R.McLalan 

". D. R. Pitts . 

" J.E. Wiley ■ . 

" John R. Woods 



2d Class, 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



18, 18 
16,17 
16,20 
16, 16 
15,16 

16,17 
17,18 
15, 18 
15, 16 
16,17 
15, 16 



FIELD AND STAFF, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 


Col. F. B. Bogan . 


S.S., 


47,48,47 


Chaplain James Lee 


2d Class, 


18, 19 


Maj.W. H.Donovan 


S. b., 


47,49,49 


Lt. D. F. Callaghan 


3d do. 


16, 17 


Lt. and I. R. P. John 






Maj. M. J. O'Connor 


2d do. 


- 


Breen . 


D. M,, 


49,49,48 


" W. H. Devine . 


2d do. 


- 


Lt. Col L. J. Logan 


2d Class, 


19, 19 


Lt. J. H. Nugent 


3d do. 


- 


Maj. P. J. Grady . 


2d do. 


18, 20 









COMPANY A, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Corp'l J. R. Cuddy . 
Priv. A. W. Bradley 
Sgt. W. J. Curtis . 



S . b., 

2d Class, 
2d do. 



46,50,48 
19,21 
19, 19 



Corp'l J. P. Cotter 
" F. C. Frost 
Priv. R. Hennig 



2d Class, 
2d do. 
2d do. 



18,19 
19,20 
19, 19 



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Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 




Class. 


1895. 




Class. 


1895. 


Capt. D. J. Keefe . 


2d Class, 


19,20 


Priv. J Gunning 


3d Class, 


15, 15 


Sgt. John J. Moore . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


" J. F. Horan . 


3d 


do. 


16,17 


Priv. C McCarthy . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


" J. J Murphy . 


3d 


do. 


17,19 


Sgt. P. J. Leahy 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


" O'Neil . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


Lt. George Rogers . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


" W. B. Smith . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


Sgt. D.W. Sullivan. 


2d 


do. 


19, 20 


" S. Sullivan 


3d 


do. 


17,17 


Lt. T. J. Sullivan . 


2d 


do. 


19, 20 


Corp'l M. Dug g an . 


2d 


do. 


- 


Priv. John F. Bassett 


3d 


do. 


15, 18 


Priv. Joseph Daley . 


2d 


do. 


- 


Corp'l James Carlin . 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


" Gallagher 


3d 


do. 


- 


Priv. J. J. Cassidy . 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


" C Murphy 


3d 


do. 


- 


" Martin Connor 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


" McCue . 


3d 


do. 


- 


" M. J. Doyle . 


3d 


do. 


16, 18 


Corp'l Chas. Sliney . 


2d 


do. 


- 


" F. Garrity 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 











COMPANY B, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Lt. James F. Walsh 
Sgt. P. J. Broughall 
Priv. L. C. Fanning . 
Sgt. John J. Hickey 
" Wm. J. White . 
Corp'l G.F.B. Crow- 
ton 
" M. D. Reagan 
" R.F.Arnold. 
Lt. M. J. Desmond . 
Capt. G. F. H. Mur- 
ray 
Corp'l H. A. Healey 
Bug. Neil F Carroll 
Priv. Frank Dingee . 
" A. C. Fabian . 
Sgt. J. J. Donohoe . 
Priv. J. A. Conroy . 
" J. J. Crowley . 
" J. E. Connelly 
" T. P. Devlin . 
" J P. A. Dono- 

hue 
" Joseph H. Fee 



s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 

s. s., 


44,49,47 

44,48,49 

46,48,46 

R 


IstClass, 


42,46 


1st do. 


45,46 


1st do. 


42, 43 


1st dp. 


42,43 


1st do. 


R. 


2d do. 


19, 20 


2d do. 


19, 20 


2d do. 


20,22 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


19, 19 


3d do. 


16, 16 


3d do. 


15, 15 


3d do. 


15, 16 


3d do. 


15, 16 


3d do. 


16, 16 


3d do. 


16, 17 


3d do 


16, 17 

i 



Priv. F. J. Garvey . 
" Wm. J. Healey 
" Thos. J. Kirby 
" Samuel Killips 
" C. J. Lvons . 
" T. F. McGarry 
" J. H. McGlone 
" T D. McLeod . 
" LP. Mahoney 
" T. F. Murphy . 
" A. S. Nolen . 
" Jas. E. Rorke . 
" D. J. Swanson 
" John Toomoth 
" G. M. Winter . 

Corp'l John Hagerty 

Priv, L. W. Lawlor . 

Sgt. Jas. A. Guthrie 

Priv. J. J. Graham . 
" Jas. W. Hurley 

Corp'l David Kirby . 

Priv. J. J. Morrissey 
" Geo. G. Saylor 



3d Class, 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



15 
16 
16 
15 
17 
15 
17 
16 
16 
16 
17 
16 
16 
15 
16 



COMPANY C, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Sgt. W. H. Burns . 
" W.F.Henderson 
" M. Bowlen 

Priv. B. Battles 
" E. McLaughlin 

Lt. Joseph J. Foley 

Corp'l Geo. Graham 
" J. Cbapleau ; . 
" J. H. Creshnie 
" J. D. Connolly 
" J.A. McDonald 
" A. J. Murphy 
" E. O. Donnell 
" J. T. Quinn . 
" Geo. W. Lane 



s. s. 


R. 


s. s., 
s. s., 

s. s , 
s. s., 

IstClass, 


47,48,46 
46,48,48 
46,49,49 
46,48,49 
R. 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


20,20 


2d do. 


18, 20 


2d do. 


18,20 


2d do. 


18,20 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


18,22 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


18, 18 



Priv. T. J. Lane 
Capt T. F. Quintan 
Lt Henry Crane 
Sgt. T. F. O'Brien . 
Corp'l J. F. Poxoers . 
" / /. Donovan 
" M. F. Glynn . 
Priv. James D. Hart 
11 J. R. Harring- 
ton 
" J. P. Gavin . 
" J. Gunning 
11 I. J. Atherton . 
Sgt. Laivrence Ryan 



3d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


1st 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


s. s., 



15, 16 



134 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 



COMPANY D, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Bank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 




Class. 


1895. 




Class. 


1895. 


Corp'l J. S. Blagden 


S. S., 


R. 


Priv. Edw. J. Carney 


3d Class, 


15,15 


Priv. ¥m. T. Bibly 


2d Class, 


18, 19 


" J. J. Daley 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


Sgt. Cbas. E. Brines 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


Sgt John J. Dwyer . 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


Corp'l S. Connors * . 


2d 


do. 


21,21 


Priv. M. J. Higgins . 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


Lt. J. B. Carey, Jr. . 


2d 


do. 


19, 20 


" A. Hunzleman 


3d 


do. 


15, 18 


" David M. Crotty 


2d 


do. 


20,20 


" J. C. Jordan . 


3d 


do. 


17, 17 


Priv. Joseph Delanev 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


" Ttaos. Maguire 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


Sgt. James J. Doyle 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


" W. J Mangan 


3d 


do. 


16, 18 


Priv. W. H. Duffy . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Corp'l W. H. Meade 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


" J. H. Durkin . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Priv. Wm. Mullen . 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


Capt. F. Magurn 


2d 


do. 


18,19 


" B. J. McCarron 


3d 


do. 


16, 18 


Sgt. T. J. Maloney . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


" J McTiernan . 


3d 


do. 


16, 19 


Priv. J. J. McCusker 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


" D. M. Nelltean 


3d 


do. 


16,17 


Corp'l W. J. McKee- 








" Edw. O'Brien . 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


ver. 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


" Chas. O'Niel . 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


Priv. Dan'l Murphy . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


" M.J Powers . 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


" E. A. Murphy. 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


" C. J. Reagan . 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


Corp'l J. C. Stratton 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Sgt. P. D. Sawyer . 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


Priv. Jos. P. Burke . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


Priv. J. A. Sheibeler 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


" E R. Boody . 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


Bug. Thos. E. Terrio 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


" Wm. C. Carley 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


Priv. EL. Witherow . 


3d 


do. 


16, 18 



COMPANY E, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Corp'l E. S. Rice . 
Capt. J. J. Sullivan . 
Sgt. D. P. Sullivan . 
" J. L. Molloy 
Lt. J. J. Barry 
Sgt. J. M. Griffin . 
Corp'l M. J. Sullivan 

" E.J.Fennessey 
Priv. A. J. Farquhar- 

son 
Corp'l W.H.Stevens 
Priv. Chas. E. Earle 

" A. F. Grady . 

" J. P. Galvin . 

" D.J. McAnulty 

" L. B. Crowley . 

11 D. J. Kennedy 



S. S., 


44,48,46 


IstClass, 


42,44 


1st do. 


45,48 


1st do. 


43,43 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


18, 19 


3d do. 


15, 16 


3d do. 


15, 16 


3d do. 


15, 16 


3d do. 


16,17 


3d do. 


15, 16 


3d do. 


16, 16 


3d do. 


15,15 



Priv. T. J. Mahoney 
" W.W.Reynolds 
" J. M. Monks . 
" J. J. Talbot . 

Sgt. J H. Kyle 

Corp'l C. J. Driscoll 

Priv. L J. Brady 
" W. H. Cadigan 
" W.J. Carter . 
" J.J. Kelly 
" J. L. Curry 
" J. A. McAlevey 
" C.E McCarthy 
" D. F. Mehagan 
" T. M . O'Brien 
" M. A. Ryan . 
" J. F. Winn . 



3d Class, 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



16, 16 
15, 15 
15,15 
15, 16 



COMPANY F, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Capt. J. H. Joubert . 
Priv. J. P. Reardon . 

" E. Hewitt 
Sgt. John Kane 
Corp'l P. J Lucy . 
Priv. James O'Neil . 

" P. H. Walsh . 
Corp'l W. H. Gam- 

mell 
Priv. J. F. Burke . 
Lt. M. S. Boles 
" P. A. Sands 
Priv. Bernard Boyle 



D. M., 


47,49,48 


D. M., 


45,49,47 


S. o., 


44,48,48 


s. s., 


46,48,46 


s. s., 


45,48,47 


s. s., 


45,49,48 


s. s., 


45,48,48 


s. s., 


R. 


IstClass, 


44, 42 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


2d do. 


18, 18 



Priv. T. F. Cunning- 
ham 

Sgt. J. F. Devine . 

Bug. Joseph Donohoe 

Priv. John Donoghue 
" Wm. Gordon 
" C. H. Holroyd 

Corp'l J. J. Keleher . 

Sgt. T. A. Kennedy . 

Priv. T. F. O'Neill . 
" P. J. O'Calla- 

han 
" John Regan . 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



22,22 
18, 18 
18, 18 

18, 19 
20, 19 

19, 18 
21,21 
18, 18 
18, 19 

21,23 
21,20 



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COMPANY P, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY— Concluded. 



Rank. Namb. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 




Class. 


1895. 




Class. 


1895. 


Priv. W. P. Sheehan 


2d Class, 


18, 19 


Corp'l T. F. Powers . 


3d Class, 


15, 15 


" C. H. Shirlev . 


2d do. 


18, 19 


Priv. J. D. Riordon . 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Corp'l Edward Ward 


2d do. 


18, 18 


" Murty Dug an . 


2d do. 


- 


Priv. F. Barden 


3d do. 


15, 16 


" Peter Graham . 


2d do. 


- 


" John T.Barrett 


3d do. 


16, 17 


" James McGurn 


2d do. 


- 


" Charles Collins 


3d do. 


16, 16 


" J. Woodburn . 


2d do. 


- 


" Robert Dunbar 


3d do. 


15, 15 


" M. J. Barden . 


3d do. 


- 


" N. Fortune 


3d do. 


16, 16 


" M. Hoivard 


3d do. 


- 


" T. F. Gallagher 


3d do. 


15, 16 


" E. F. Sullivan 


2d do. 


- 


" N. Langevin . 


3d do. 


15, 17 









COMPANY 


g, : 


NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 






Capt. J. Moynihan . 


S. S., 


47,49,47 


Priv 


. F. J. Moynihan 


2d Class, 


20, 21 


Lt. M. E. Hines 


s. s., 


47,48,48 


<« 


M.J.Sullivan. 


2d 


do. 


18 


19 


" John F. Hurley . 


s. s., 


47,48,47 


<< 


J. F Sullivan . 


2d 


do. 


18 


18 


Sgt. M. J Horan 


s. s., 


47,48,47 


<( 


T. J. McAuliff 


2d 


do 


18 


18 


•■' P. J. McManus. 


IstClass, 


42,45 


<< 


E. E. Buckley 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


Corp'l Chas. Degnan 


1st 


do. 


44,44 


t< 


David J. Burke 


3d 


do. 


16 


17 


Priv. T. F. Larin . 


1st 


do. 


42,44 


(« 


George Birch . 


3d 


do. 


16 


17 


" J.D.McSweeney 


1st 


do. 


44,46 


<< 


James A. Casey 


3d 


do. 


17 


17 


" John O'Rielly. 


1st 


do. 


46,45 


(< 


Frank Doran . 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


" P. J. Sullivan . 


1st 


do. 


42, 45 


u 


John Farrell . 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


Sgt. W. E.McCann. 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


(( 


T. L. Griffin . 


3d 


do. 


16 


16 


" W. F. Casey . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


«« 


M. F. Higgins 


3d 


do. 


15 


16 


" P. J. Moynihan 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


<i 


J. F. Kiley . 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


Corp'l John J Corliss 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


«< 


T. F. Kelleher 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


" M.J.Donahoe 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


<< 


W. H. Lowder 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


" P. J. Prinde- 








<( 


J. H. Lvons . 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


ville . 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


«< 


J T.McTiernan 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


Bug. P. F. Sullivan . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


<« 


Henry Sullivan 


3d 


do. 


15 


16 


Priv. John Casey 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


<( 


T. J. Shea 


3d 


do. 


16 


17 


" J. W. Donnelly 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


<( 


T. F. Wiseman 


3d 


do. 


17 


17 


" J.J.Fitzgerald 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


<< 


F. D. Ward . 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


" John T. Green . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


ti 


D. C Warren . 


3d 


do. 


16 


16 


" John F. Horan 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


<< 


J. F. Murphy . 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


" James F. King 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


ti 


R. H. Rooney . 


3d 


do. 


15 


15 


" T. F. Lawler . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 













COMPANY H, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Capt. J J. Hayes 
Lt. B. J Flanigan . 

" Thos. F. Clark . 
Sgt. J A. Bragan . 

" M. J. Ratigan . 
Corp'l J. Reardon . 

" G. D. Casey . 
Priv. James P. Clark 

" H. C. Eagan . 

" Edw. Downey . 

" C. J. Lynch < . 

" F. J. Odematt . 
Sgt. J. P. McDevitt . 

" P. H. Sullivan . 
Corp'l H. J. Hayes . 
Priv. T. A. Costello . 

" P. J. Donohoe. 

" J. S. Donohoe . 



IstClass, 


43,44 


2d 


do. 


20,20 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


2d 


do. 


20,20 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


2d 


do. 


18,20 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 



Priv. P. L Denning . 

" R. H. Harding 

" H. F. Keene . 

" M. J. McNealy 

" T. F. Neville . 

11 T. J. Parks . 

" J. J. Perkins . 

" John P. Ryan . 

" T. L. Rourke . 

» W. R. White . 

11 J. P. Fox 

" T. J. Ryan 

11 J. B. Flood . 

" M. J. McDon- 
ough 

" G.H McCarthy 
Corp'l F. F. Sears . 

" W.F. Manning 



3d Class, 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. ♦ 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


2d 


do. 




3d 


do. 





16 
15 
15 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 
16 

17 

15 



136 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY I, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 




Class. 


1895. 




Class. 


1895. 


Corp'l P. F. Clancy . 


IstClass, 


42,42 


Priv J. H. Befit on . 


2d Class, 




Lt. Wm. J. Casey . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


Corp'l R. W. Balam 


2d 


do. 


- 


" John H. Dunn . 


2d 


do. 


19, 20 


Sgt. J. A. Cully, 


2d 


do. 


- 


Priv. P. J. Grogan . 


2d 


do. 


20,21 


" J. F. Delaney . 


3d 


do. 


- 


" J. T. Jennings 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Capt. Lewis A. Dowd 


2d 


do. 


— 


" J. A. McCarty . 


2d 


do. 


20, 20 


Corp'l P. H. Flaharty 


3d 


do. 


- 


Corp'l J. H. Moran . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Sgt. J. J. Glavey 


3d 


do. 


- 


Sgt. J. A. O'Connor . 


2d 


do. 


20,20 


" William Hart . 


2d 


do. 


- 


Priv. T. A. Brown . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


Priv. J. T. Kilroe . 


3d 


do. 


— 


" J. J. Clancy . 


3d 


do. 


16, 19 


" B. J. O'Brien . 


3d 


do. 


- 


" P. E. Larkin . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


" J. D. Otis 


3d 


do. 


- 


" J. J. Moriarty. 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


" J. W. Rielley .. 


3d 


do. 


- 


" T. F. Phillips . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


" M. J. Spofford 


3d 


do. 


— 



COMPANY K, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Corp'l D. J. Burns . 

Priv. Edward Boyle 

Lt. Peter J. Cannon . 

Sgt. M. Connelly . 

Bug. J. M. Connelly 

Priv. J. H. Goodier . 
" M F.Gallagher 

Sgt. M. J. Healey . 

Priv. John J. King . 

Corp'l Joseph Newell 
" M.J. O'Malley 

Priv. James O'Toole 

Capt. W. F. Shaugh- 
nessey . 

Sgt. John J. Boyle . 

Priv. William Burke 
" James Connelly 
" T. Donnelly . 
" Wm. Donnellon 
*' J. R. Eustace . 

Corp'l M. J. Gannon 

Priv. J. A. Gannon . 

Lt. J. B. Gallagher . 

Priv. I. F. Goodwin . 
" P. Harrity 
" A.Holandworth 
" Patrick Hester 



S. S., 
IstClass, 
S. S., 
S. S., 

s. s., 
s. s., 

IstClass, 
1st do. 
1st do. 

o. S., 

S. o., 

IstClass, 

S. S., 

2d Class, 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 



44,48,46 

42,42 

44,48,46 

44,48,46 

46,48,46 

46,48,46 

42, 42 

42,42 

42, 42 

46,48,46 

44,48,46 

42, 42 

44,48,46 
18, 18 

18, 18 

19, 19 
18, 18 
18, 18 
18, 18 
18,20 

18, 18 

19, 20 
18, 18 

18, 19 

19, 21 
18, 18 



Sgt. M. F. Joyce . 

Priv. H. J. Jennings 
" T. M. Jennings 
" Thomas Kelley 
" Patrick Kirby . 
" J. P. Kittredge 
" T. E. Kittredge 
" J. H. Lavelle . 

Corp'l Robert McRell 

Priv. Wm. McRell . 
" Daniel Murphy 
" P. Murphy 
" C. Murphy 
" John Munster . 
" M. McDonald . 
" M. McNamara 
" M. O'Malley . 
" P. J. O'Neil . 
" J. J. Sullivan . 
" H. J. Tierney . 

Corp'l T. M. Ward . 

Priv. Patrick Ward . 
" Michael Byrne 
" J. H. Kirby . 
" A. A. O'Malley 
" P. J. O'Malley 
« J. V. Walsh . 



2d Class, 


19, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


19, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


21, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


2d. 


do. 


18, 


2d 


do. 


18, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


15, 


3d 


do. 


16, 


3d 


do. 


16, 



19 
18 
19 
19 
20 
18 
18 
18 
21 
18 
18 
18 
IS 
18 
19 
18 
18 
22 
18 
18 
18 
18 
15 
15 
15 
17 
16 



COMPANY L, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Capt. M. E. Morris . 
Priv. S. Bowker 
Lt. D. J. Murphy . 
Sgt. C. E. Rice 

" J. B. Hall 

" J. H. McGee . 
Priv. CM. Hunter . 

" E. W. Kendall 

" F. E. Kries . 

" C. Schneider . 
Lt. P. Connealy 
Sgt. T. J. Murphy . 



D. M., 


47,50,49 


D. M., 


45,48,46 


S. S., 


47,50,48 


s. s., 


46,49,46 


s. s., 


45,49,49 


s. s., 


46,50,48 


s. s., 


R. 


s. s., 


44,49,47 


S. S.j 


45,49,48 


O. O., 


45,50,48 


IstClass, 


42,43 


1st do. 


42,43 



Sgt. P. J. Donahoe 
Corp'l S. P. Coose 
Priv. O. L. Crowley 
« C. A. Godendorf 
" J. W. Kyte . 
" J. P. McGurrin 
Corp'l W. J. Welch . 
" J. F. Kenealy 
" E. G. Lemay . 
" E.L.Kimball 
Bug. E. F. Lucey . 
Priv. W. Ambler 



IstClass, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do 


2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



42,42 
42,43 
42,45 
42,43 
43,42 
43,42 
20,20 
20,21 
20,20 
21,21 
18, 19 
18, 19 



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Rank. Name. 


Record 

Class. 


Range 
Work. 

1895. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 
Class. 


Range 
Work. 

1895. 


Priv. J. H. Beatty . 


2d Class, 


18, 18 


Priv 


W. A. Hunter . 


2d Class, 


18, 18 


« E. E. Bill 


2d 


do. 


19, 20 


<< 


E. A. Kenney . 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


" P. M. Bond . 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


(< 


H. J. Lemoine 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


" W. E. Bound- 








«< 


A. H. McCann 


2d 


do. 


18,20 


ford . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


<< 


J. W. Moreau. 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


" J. F. Brennan . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


« 


P. S. O'Brien . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


" M. Brown, Jr. . 


2d 


do. 


21, 22 


<< 


J. E. Sayers . 


2d 


do. 


21, 22 


" J. D. Cantv . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


(< 


W. W. Brown 


3d 


do. 


16,17 


« G.E. Chamber- 








«< 


T. E. Desmond 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


lain 


2d 


do. 


18,19 


«« 


A. F. Dudley . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


" M.J. Desmond 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


<< 


T J Egan 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


" J. H.Driscoll . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


a 


C. E. Greene . 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


" A. H. Green . 


2d 


do. 


18,18 


«< 


C. W. Jones . 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


" 0. Hart . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


(« 


L. C. Maude . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


" C. J. Hartwell 


2d 


do. 


18,18 


c« 


A. F. Fremont 


3d 


do. 


15,16 


" H. J. Hopf . 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


« 


F. Schumann . 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 



COMPANY M, NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Capt. A. D. Mitten . 
Lt. Joseph S. Gillow 
" Philip McNulty. 
Sgt. Charles Wilson 
Priv. C. Esterbrook. 
Sgt. Charles Brown . 
" Winfield Cross . 
Priv. Clarence Davis 

" Geo. Douglass . 
Corp'l C. Hathaway 
Priv. Ernest Haigh . 
Corp'l Harry Carter 
Priv. Charles Lang . 

" E.McGloughlin 
Sgt. Thos. O'Connor 
Corp'l Frank Kierce 

" Thos. Pickup 
Priv. John Scott 



S. s , 


R. 


s. s., 


44,49,46 


IstClass, 


R. 


S. S., 


R. 


D M., 


R. 


2d Class, 


19, 20 


2d do. 


18,18 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


20,21 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


19,21 


2d do. 


R. 


2d do 


18, 18 


2d do. 


21, 21 


2d do. 


R. 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


21,22 



Priv. S. Zetewitz 
" Charles Aspin . 
" David Blakely 
" M. Connors 
" R. Eastman . 
" Martin Pihl 
" Samuel Roger 
" John Bagley . 
" James Blakely 
" H. Caldwell . 
" Thos. Conniff . 
" George Everett 
" Thos. Mc Hale. 

Sgt. Wm. Mar ley 

Priv. Benj. Palmer . 

Corp'l John Somers . 

Priv. Edw. Young . 



2d Class, 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



18, 18 
15, 16 
16,17 
15, 16 

15, 16 

16, 16 
15,16 



FIELD AND STAFF, FIRST BATTALION CAVALRY. 



Lt. F. L. Locke 
Chf. Bug. E. H. Green 
Maj H. G. Kemp . 
Lt. E. D. Litchfield 
" S. B. Newton . 



2d Class, 


20,21 


3d do. 


- 


S. S., 


- 


3d Class, 


- 


1st do. 


— 



Guidon Sgt. C. L. D. 

Parkhill . . IstClass, 
Lt. J H. Pierce . | 2d do. 
Sgt. Maj. W. C. Ward 

well . . .3d do. 



TROOP A, FIRST BATTALION CAVALRY. 



Sgt. W. H. Partridge 
Priv. F. R. Robinson 
" G. L. Wasgatt 
Sgt. J. H. Blanchard 
Corp'l G. H. Barney 
Priv. M. E. Cobb . 



8.S., 


R. 


s. s., 


R. 


IstClass, 


42,43 


2d do. 


R. 


2d do. 


R. 


2d do. 


18, 18 



Sgt. J M. Davis 
Priv. C. M . Goodspeed 
Corp'l W. Housman 
Capt. Oscar A. Jones 
Priv. H. R. Molin- 
eaux 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



20,20 
19,20 

18, 18 

19, 19 

18, 19 



138 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



TROOP A, FIRST BATTALION CAVALRY — Concluded. 



Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 




Class. 


1895. 




Class. 


1895. 


Priv. "WE. Mason . 


2d Class, 


18, 18 , 


Mus. E. S. Morse . 


3d Class, 


16, 16 


Corp'l W. J. Richard- 








" B. R. Mitchell 


3d do. 


16, 16 


son 


2d 


do. 


R. 


" T, 0. Turner . 


3d do. 


15, 15 


Priv. James Rice- . 


2d 


do. 


18,18 


" E. W. Bettinson 


S. S., 


_: 


" G. H. Stroll t , 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


" A. L. Clough . 


2d Class, 


- 


" A. 0. Tufts . 


2d 


do. 


19, 20 


" F. A. Fisher . 


2d do. 


— 


" W. M. Torre v 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


" F. M. Moore . 


2d do. 


- 


" A. R. Beddell . 


3d 


do. 


17, 17 


" G R Mc Masters 


2d do. 


_ 


" G. H. Clark . 


3d 


do. 


16, 18 


Sgt. F. K. Neal 


2d do. 


- 


" A. F. Fessenden 


3d 


do. 


17,18 


Priv. D. D Poole . 


2d do. 


- 


Corp'l F. G. Havlin . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


Sgt. John E. Staples 


1st do. 


- 


Priv. Samuel Hoi lis 


3d 


do. 


16,20 


Priv. G. B. Sewell' . 


2d do. 


- 


" F. T. Hitchcock 


3d 


do. 


16,20 


Mus. Charles Waugh 


1st do. 


_ 


" J. H. Long . 


3d 


do. 


15, 19 


Lt. Doris A. Young . 


2d do. 


- 



TROOP D, FIRST BATTALION CAVALRY. 



Corp'l O. D. Greene . 

Capt W. A. Perrins 

Priv. A. H. Jones . 

Corp'l W. H Cooper 

Sgt. Oscar F. Cox . 

Lt. J. Perrins, Jr. . 

Corp'l S. T. Sinclair 

Priv. A. J. Walton . 
" Franklin Brett 
" E. A. Coburn . 

Lt. J. L. Fairbanks . 

Sgt. W. H. Kelly . 

Priv. E. S. Locke . 

Corp'l T. W. Mack . 

Sgt. E. B. Stantial . 

Corp'l John M. Stock 



s. s., 


45,50,47 


s.s., 


45,49,47 


s. s., 


R. 


IstClass, 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


42, 44 


2d do. 


20, 20 


2d do. 


21,21 


2d do. 


21,21 


2d do. 


19, 21 


2d do. 


19, 20 


2d do. 


R. 


2d do. 


19, 18 


2d do. 


21, 21 



Sgt. F. L. Ward 

" H. C. Claxton . 

" A. J. Newton . 

" Wro. F. Swain . 

Mus. G. S. Brownlow 

Priv. W. F. Gragg . 

" J W. Jenkins . 

Sgt. J. H. McCloskey 

Priv. Wm. C. Rogers 

Wm. L. Sellon 

Faxon Billing . 

John J. Brine . 

E. F Connor . 

C. J. Connell . 

J. J. Keefe ' . 

L. E. Worden . 



2d Class, 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



18, 18 
15, 16 

15, 16 

16, 18 



FIELD 


AND STAFF, FIRST CORPS CADETS. 




Sgt. Maj. V. C. Pond 


D. M., 


48,50,46 


Asst. Surgeon Chas. 






Q. M. Sgt. F. B. Car- 






M. Greene . 


2d Clap#, 


R. 


penter . 


S. S., 


R. 


Surgeon Wm. L.Rich- 






Lt. I. R. P,Wm. A. 






ardson . 


2d do. 


R. 


Hayes . 


s. s., 


R. 


Hos. Stew'd A. S. 






" J. E. R. Hill . 


s. s., 


R. 


Knight . 


3d do. 


15, 16 


Maj. Geo. R. Rogers 


IstClass, 


R. 


Lt. Col. T. F. Ed- 






Drum Maj. J. Thos. 






mands . 


2d do. 


- 


Baldwin 


2d do. 


18,20 


Q. M. C. T. Lovering 


1st do. 


•- 



COMPANY A, FIRST CORPS CADETS. 



Sgt. T. D. Barroll 
Lt. H. C. Wells 
Priv. S. N.Bond 
Sgt G C. Bullard 
Lt. Frank L. Joy 
Corp'l T. P. King 
Mus. F. J. MacFarlane 



DM., 


R. 


D. M., 


46,50,59 


S. S., 


46,50,47 


s. s., 


R. 


s. s., 


R. 


s. s., 


45,48,46 


s.s., 


44,48,46 



Priv. H. F. Srrout . 
Sgt. M. Williams, Jr. 
Capt. F. H. Appleton 
Priv.W A.L.Bazeley 
" G. B. Biake . 
Sgt. J. A. Blanchard 
Corp'l C.H.Cole, Jr. 



S« S., 

s. s , 
IstClass, 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 



45,48,48 
R. 
R. 
R. 

44,42 

44,44 

R. 



1896.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



139 



COMPANY A, FIRST CORPS CADETS- Concluded. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Record 
Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



Sgt. C. H. Rollins . 
Priv. Max L. Seull . 
Corp'l R. D Ware . 
Priv. Walter Austin . 

" F. S. Blake . 

" W. D. Buck . 

" J. E. Chandler 

" J. H. Craig . 

" H. E. Hayden 
Corp'l John Lavelle . 
Priv. C. E. Lockwood 

" Wm. N. Lock- 
wood . 

" P. T. Lowell . 

" C. F. Lyman . 

" H. B. Pennell . 

« John T. Slade . 
Sgt. Thomas Talbot 
Priv. A. R. Tisdale . 

" H. D. Tudor . 

" W. Tudor, Jr. 

" A. L. Daniels . 

" G. C. Emerson 



IstClass, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



43,44 
R. 
42,44 
19,20 
18, 18 
18, 18 

20, 20 

21, 21 
21,22 
18, 18 
18,20 

R. 
R. 

20,21 
20,22 
18, 19 
18, 18 
20, 21 

22, 22 
21,21 
15,16 
17,21 



Rank. 



Name. 



Priv. C. A. Foster . 

" C. Guild 

" Chas. Hayden 

" A.W.Hayford 
Mus. F. E. Little . 
Priv. W. N. Magoun 

" Edward Slade . 

" F. W. Soule . 

" H. A. Thomas 

" R. P. Waters . 

" F. W. Welch . 

" T. S. Bradlee . 

" J. H. A. Currin 

" F. L. Dabney . 

" Joseph S. Fay 

" H. A. Frothing- 
ham 
Corp'l F. S. Goodwin 
Priv. R. K. Thomas 

" H H. Thorndike 

" A. R. Weld . 

" F. D. Williams 



Record 

Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



3d Class 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

3d do. 

2d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

2d do. 

3d do. 

1st do. 



15, 15 
17,17 
16,21 
15, 20 
17,22 

15, 15 
17, 18 

16, 16 
16, 18 
15, 16 
15, 16 



COMPANY B, FIRST CORPS CADETS. 



Priv. H. N. Conn . 
Sgt. Fred. P. Smith . 
Priv. Fred. W. Allen 
Capt. Wm. H. Alline 
Priv. P. B. Chase . 
Mus. J. W. Forbes . 
Corp'l H.W. Gore, Jr. 
Sgt. W. B. Hagar . 
Corp'l D. Hansen 
Priv. D. F. Lord 

" J. M. Portal . 
Corp'l C. B. Tucker . 
Sgt. James G. White 
Priv. C. V. Burrage 
Lt. Wm. B. Clarke . 
Priv. Thos. L. Drew 

" H. B. Grant . 

" W. S. Lincoln . 

" John F Linder 

" H. P. Meikle- 
ham 

" James F. Pope 

" Edw. B Pratt . 

" W. B. South- 
gate 

" R. S. Bartlett . 

" C. F. Bigelow . 

" Chas. S. Clark 

" H. Goodwin . 

" J. W. Grimes . 

" W. S. Hawkins 

" N. F. Hessel- 
tine 

" Charles C. Hill 
Sgt. Edwin N. Hill . 
Priv. Henry H. Hill 

" Louis F. Hyde 



1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 



D. M., 
D. M., 


44,47,48 
R. 


o. S., 
S. S., 


45,48,47 
R. 


s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 


45,49,46 

44,48,46 

45,49,48 

R. 


s. s., 


R. 


s. s., 


R. 


s. s., 
s. s., 


46,50,46 
R. 


s. s., 


R. 


IstClass, 


44,46 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


43,47 


1st do. 


46,46 


1st do. 


43,44 


1st do. 


R. 



44, 43 

R. 

42,45 

44,43 

19,21 

R. 

18, 18 
19,20 

18, 19 

19, 20 

21,22 
18, 19 
18,20 
18, 19 
R. 



Priv. Jas. B. Jordan 
" C. Liffler, Jr. . 

Corp'l J. W. Long- 
street 

Priv. Fred. Moore . 
" Chas. E. North 
'» J. H. North, Jr. 
" H. B. Perkins . 

Sgt. Harry D. Reed . 
" Alfred J. Rowan 

Priv. W. A. Simpson 
" R. L. Stedman 
" Geo. O. Swasey 
" J. Walker, Jr. . 
" Chas. S. Baxter 
" H. L. Bowden . 
" G. O. Currier, 
Jr. . . 
" F. E. Fennessey 
«' A. W. Randall 
" Henry N. Rice 
" C. S. Wards- 
worth . 

Lt. W. Wetherbee . 

Priv. Wm B. de las 
Casas . 
" H.W.Gardiner 
" Fred. C. Libbey 
'* E. L. Morandi 
" J. C. Pearson . 
" F. F. Phinney 
" N.K. Smith . 
" W. A. Under- 
wood 
" E. C. Upton . 

Corp'l G. W Walker 

Priv. J. F. Whitney 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



21,22 
19, 19 

R. 

19,20 
19, 19 
19,20 
22, 23 
19,23 
21,21 
R. 
18, 19 
18,20 
20,22 
15, 16 
17,22 

16,17 
17,17 

15, 16 

16, 18 

16, 19 

17,18 



140 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY C, FIRST CORPS CADETS. 



Bank. 



Name. 



Record 

Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



Corp'l H. V. Thayer 
Priv. F. J. V. Dakin 

'< Cbas. H. Innis 
Capt. A. Robeson . 
Lt. W. L. Bouv6 

" R D. Sears 
Sgt. F. J. Alley 
Corp'l W. B. Stearns 

" F. A. Stearns . 
Priv. A. D. Draper . 

" B. L. Williams 

» S. W. Wise . 
Sgt. H. D. Warren . 
" A. L. Spring 

" W. M. Buffum . 

" Robie G. Frye. 
Corp'l C.W.Sabin, Jr. 

" N F. Greeley . 
Priv. J. Atwood, 3d . 

" O. A. Barnard 

" C. Baylor 

" F. L. Bearse . 

" L. A. Bowker . 

" S. P. Bremer . 

" E.R.Buffington 

" C. W. Carter . 



S. s., 


S. o., 


s. s., 


IstClass, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



46,48,46 

R. 
45,48,47 

R. 

R. 

R. 
44,42 

Pv. 

44,44 
43,44 
44,43 
44, 43 
18, 19 
18, 19 

R. 
20, 21 
18, 19 
18, 19 

R. 

R. 
18, 20 
18, 19 
18, 20 
18, 21 

R. 
19,20 



Rank, 



Name. 



Record 

Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



Priv. E. R. Clarke . 
D.H. Dearborn 
Gordon Eaton . 
M. B. Faxon . 
E. P. Hervey . 
S. R. Hollander 
Frank C. Hyde 
W. L. Mitchell 
G.M.R Morse 
E. E. Pierce . 
A. H. Richard- 
son 
C. E. Stearns . 
C. H. Swanton 
W. J. Toppan . 
Sgt. J. E. A. Hussey 
Priv. Robert Bacon . 
C. H. Carter . 
Lewis S. Chase 
C. H. Eastwick 
A. B. Emmes . 
H. S. Gilman . 
E. Lincoln 
E. A. Walker . 
W. H. Wood . 
H. L. Bigelow 



2d Class, 


20, 


2d do. 


18, 


2d do. 


19, 


2d do. 


20, 


2d do. 


20, 


2d do 


19, 


2d do. 


18, 


2d do. 


19, 


2d do. 


18, 


2d do. 


19, 


2d do. 


22, 


2d do. 


18, 


2d do. 


18, 


2d do. 


21, 


3d do. 


15, 


3d do. 


17, 


3d do. 


15, 


3d do. 


16, 


3d do. 


16, 


3d do. 


16, 


3d do. 


16, 


3d do. 


15, 


3d do. 


16, 


3d do. 


15, 


S. S., 





20 
18 
20 
21 
20 
19 
20 
20 
20 
21 

23 
19 
19 
21 
16 
18 
16 
17 
17 
16 
19 
16 
19 
16 



COMPANY D, FIRST CORPS CADETS. 



Priv. C. A. Parker . 

" J. D. Upton . 

" CH. Alden,Jr. 
Corp'l A. G. Brigham 
Priv. G. H. Chitten- 
den 
Sgt. W.W Churchill, 

Jr. ... 

Priv. Geo. A. Dill . 

" M.D VV. Greene 

" A. C. Jones . 

" E. L. Kent . 
Corp'l B. L. Knapp . 
Priv. A. McMillan, Jr 
Sgt. F. E. Cabot 
Priv. G. H. Hallowell 

" Ed. H. Hoyt . 

11 F. S. Loris 

" E. K. Newhall 
Sgt. W. S Simmons 
Priv. A. W. Sparrow 
Corp'l J. F. Stearns . 
Priv. A. C. Aldrich . 

'« W. Atherton . 

" A. C Bennett . 

" A. B Crane . 

" E. E. Crook . 
Lt E. E. Currier . 
Priv. E. P. Cutter . 

" J. L Damon . 

" W. B. Douglass 

« G. B. Fox 



D. 


M., 


D. 


M., 


S. 


3., 


s. 


3., 


s. 


3., 


s. 


S., 


s. 


S., 


s. 


3., 


s. 


3., 


s. 


s., 


s. 


s., 


s. 


s., 


IstClass, 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do 



44,49,46 
R. 

44,48,48 
R. 

R. 

R. 

R 

R. 

R. 

R. 

R. 
45,49,47 
42, 46 

R. 

44, 43 
R. 

45, 43 
R. 
R. 
R. 

18, 18 
19,22 
20, 21 
20, 20 
18, 19 

R. 
18, 18 

R. 
19,22 
20, 21 



Priv. W. B.C. Fox. 

" L. A. Frink . 

" H. H Fuller . 

" J. R. Griffeth . 

" H. S. Hallett . 

" E. S. Hilton . 

" L.W.Jenkins. 
Corp'l C. E. Loud . 
Priv. W. T. Miller . 

" C. B. Morrill . 

" C. D. Noyes . 

" M.W.Parker. 

" C. F. B. Phil- 
brook . 
Capt. H. B. Rice 
Priv. G.A.Rockwell 

" W. H. Say ward 

" C. L. Simpson 
Mus. T. B. Speare 
Priv. T. F. Stoddard 

" W. E. Stone . 

" W. T. Ulman . 

" E. J. Watson . 

Sgt. R. Whidden . 

" H. M. Williams 

Priv. F. A. Wilson . 

" D. B. Wiswell 

" C. W. Young . 

" W. R. Blanch- 
ard 

" A. C. Briggs . 

" E. S. Burns . 



2d Class, 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do.y 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 



18,21 
19, 20 
18, 19 
18, 19 
18, 19 

R. 

R. 
18, 19 
22,23 
18, 19 

18, 19 
20,21 

19, 20 
19, 19 

19, 19 

20, 20 
R. 

22, 22 
R. 
R. 
R. 

19, 21 
18, 19 

20, 21 
20,21 
20, 20 
21,22 

17, 19 
15, 15 
15, 15 



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COMPANY D, FIRST CORPS CADETS — Concluded. 



Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 




Class. 


1895. 




Class. 


1895. 


Priv. C. E.Cook . 


3d Class, 


15, 17 


Priv. W. L. Smith . 


3d Class, 


16, 17 


" C. H. Cross . 


3d do. 


15, 17 


" J. G. Swift , 


3d do. 


15, 17 


" W. N. Gale . 


3d do. 


15, 18 


" R. Thayer 


3d do. 


15, 16 


" C. G. Haley . 


3d do. 


15, 19 


Corp'l W. Walker . 


3d do. 


16,16 


" R. H.Hoasland 


3d do. 


16, 17 


Priv. G. B. Williams 


3d do. 


15, 15 


" McG. Jenkins . 


3d do. 


16, 17 


" E. F. Willicutt 


3d do. 


16, 18 


" Mcintosh 


3d do. 


16, 17 


Mua. C. E. Mills . 


3d do. 


- 


" J. L. Skinner . 


3d do. 


16,17 


Lt. T. B. Ticknor . 


3d do. 


— 



FIELD AND STAFF, SECOND CORPS CADETS. 



Lt. and I. R.P.Wal- 
ter H. Merritt 
Lt. and Adj. A. Fitz 
Sur. B. R. Svmonds 
Maj. W. F. Peck . 
Lt. and P. M.Ed. A. 
Maloon . 



D. M., 


49,48,46 


IstClass, 


43,45 


2d do. 


19,20 


2d do. 


- 


3d do. 


- 



Chap. E. C. Butler . 
Sgt. Maj. H. F. Dal- 

ton 
Drum Major A. D. 

Coule 
Eos. Stwd. E. L. Eor- 

ton 



3d Class, 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


1st 


do. 



COMPANY A, SECOND CORPS CADETS. 



Capt. C. J. Baker . 
Sgt. G. E.Symonds. 

" E. T. Graham . 
Corp'l A. W. Green . 
Priv. G. W. Blinn . 

" T. J. Fraser . 

" A. J. Paine . 

" J. M. Simpson 
Corp'l N. T. Very . 
Priv. C. F. Lamprey 

" W. Remington 
Corp'l A. Robertson . 
Priv. E. C. Ropes . 

11 W. A. Staples. 

" C. C. Handy . 



D. M., 


R. 


D. M., 


R. 


S. S., 


R. 


s. s , 


R. 


IstClass, 


43,43 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


42, 42 


2d do. 


20,21 


2d do. 


R. 


2d do. 


19, 20 


2d do. 


20,20 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


18, 18 



Priv. S. H. Simons . 

" G. L. Allen . 

" E E. Briggs . 

" E. A. Burns . 
Sgt. F. E. Cook 
Corp'l F. E. Davis . 
Sgt. J. E. Dyer 
Priv. C. C Friend . 

" E.P. Giford . 

" C.E. Eodskin- 
son 
Sgt. W. P. Eubon . 
Priv. E. B. Morrill 
Lt. J. E. Spencer 
Priv. E. Y. Waldron 



3d Class, 16, 17 

2d do. 

2d do. 

3d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

3d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 



2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 



COMPANY B, SECOND CORPS CADETS. 



Capt. R. W. Ropes . 

Sgt. H. S. Gilman . 
" H. R. Leach . 
" F. S. Perkins . 
" H. S. Perkins . 

Priv. G. U. Nolcini . 

Corp'l F. A.Tibbetts 

Priv.W.W.Babbidge 
" W. C. Phalen . 
" W. M. Osgood . 
" B. A. Price 
" Roger Whipple 
" E Bovd . 
" G. C. Bray 
" Wm. Briggs 



S. S., 


46,48,46 


s. s., 


R. 


IstClass, 


42,42 


1st do. 


46, 45 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


43,46 


2d do. 


19,20 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


18,18 


2d do. 


18, 20 


2d do. 


18,21 


2d do. 


18,20 


2d do. 


20, 20 


3d do. 


17, 18 


3d do. 


16,21 



Priv.F. A. Baker . 

" C. S. Chase 

" A. T. Dalton . 

" S. C. Mason . 

" A. H. Sinclair . 

" S. G. Aull. 

i Corp'l E. K. Felton . 

" F. L. Nutter . 

" E. Putnam . 

Priv. C. O. Dugan . 

" W.E.Littlefield 

" J. E. Safford . 

" W. W. Watson 
Corp'l Geo. A. Smith 
Sgt. Frank F. Chase 



! 3d Class, 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do 


2d 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


1st 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



15, 16 

15, 16 

16, 16 

15, 15 

16, 17 
15, 16 



142 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



COMPANY C, SECOND CORPS CADETS. 



Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 




Class. 


1895. 




Class. 


1895. 


Sgt. A. F. Hull 


D. M., 


49,49,47 


Priv. W. H. Bishop . 


2d Class, 


18,21 


Priv. B. Dimock 


D.M., 


49,49,48 


" W. A. Blood . 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


" D. M. Brace . 


D. M., 


47,48,48 


" C.A.Copeland 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


" W. G. Hussey 


D. M., 


49,49,48 


" G. A. Millett . 


2d 


do. 


20,20 


Sgt. C. F. Ropes 


S.S., 


45,48,47 


" F. E. Mason . 


2d 


do. 


R. 


" E. F. Clark 


S. S., 


49,50,48 


" E. S. Nichols . 


2d 


do. 


R. 


Corp'l W.E.Sanborn 


S. S., 


48,48,48 


" M. W. Perkins 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


Priv. R. E. Gibson . 


s. s., 


50,49,47 


Corp'l E. 0. Welch . 


3d 


do. 


16,17 


" H. S.Cummings 


s. s., 


R. 


Priv. W. S. Lee 


3d 


do. 


15,18 


" A.Stevenson,Jr. 


s. s., 


R. 


" W. T. Pearson 


3d 


do. 


15,16 


Capt. F. S. Horton . 


IstClass, 


R. 


" F. M. Scott ■ . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


Sgt. J. N. Clark 


1st do. 


R. 


Corp'l N. A. Torrey . 


2d 


do. 


- 


Priv. E.R.Wardwell 


1st do. 


42,43 


Priv. A. B. Jones 


2d 


do. 


- 


Sgt. J. C. Brown 


2d do. 


R. 


" B. F. Nason . 


3d 


do. 


- 


Corp'l J. G. Burbeck 


2d do. 


18, 18 


" Geo. Weir 


3d 


do. 


~" 



COMPANY D, SECOND CORPS CADETS. 



Sgt. W. H. Bean . 
Lt. G.E.Worthen,Sr. 
Priv. G. E.Worthen, 
Jr. 

" A. Edgerly 
Mus. J. M. Osgood . 
Sgt. E. A. Barnes . 
Lt. E. L. Bryant . 
Sgt. H. K. Noyes . 
Priv. F. L. Allen . 

" I. C. Caverly . 

" W. R. Foster . 
Sgt. E. E. Hand 
Corp'l B-W. Plaisted 
Priv. F. W. Sanborn 







D.M , 


R. 


D. M., 


R. 


D. M., 


R. 


S. S., 


47,48,48 


s. s., 


R. 


IstClass, 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


2d do. 


R 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


R. 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


18, 18 



Priv. W. E. Symonds 

" C. A.Whitcomb 

" J. D. Honey . 

" O.C.Johnson. 

" H. G. Nickles . 

" Wm. Prescott . 

" W. B. Sanborn 
Corp'l E. I. Hardy . 
Priv. G. C. Hatch . 

" B. W. Kenney 
Capt. G. D Kimball 
Sgt. R. N. Mackay . 
Priv. F. Page . 

" F. W. Howard 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 



19,20 
20,20 
16, 16 
15,16 
16, 16 
16,17 
15, 16 



FIELD AND STAFF, NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Lt. E. P. Dodd 

Cf.B.M., R.D.Jones 

Lt. H. N. Sweet 

Arm. J. H. Griffin . 

Lt. (I.G.) C. B. Per- 
kins 

Sig. Qm. L. H. Beck 

Mach. P. D. Blagden 

Apoth. W.M.Russell 
" E. C. Collins 

Lt. E. U. Abbe 

Lt. Com. G. W. Allen 

Lt. F. G. Balch 

Torp. Elect. A. E. 
Bliss 

Cf.B.M.,C. Buffing- 
ton . 

Cox. D. Coolidge 



s. s., 


R. 


o. S., 


R. 


o. o., 


46,48,49 


IstClass, 


43, 46 


1st do. 


R. 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


20, 20 


2d do. 


18, 18 


3d do. 


16,17 


2d do. 


- 


1st do. 


- 


2d do. 


- 


3d do. 


- 


2d do. 


_ 


3d do. 


— 



Lt. H. M. Cutis 
Lt. Com. A. B. Denny 
Lt. A. B. Fry . 
Pay.Yeo.H.C. Gay- 
lord 

" " C.B Griffin 
Mach. F. D. Hall 
Lt. H. V. Hayes 
Mach. J. Kirk 
Elect. N. Marshall 
M. at A., E. G. Morse 
Equip. Teo. W. L. 

Patterson 
Lt. Com. W. M. Pond 
Mach. E. H. Pearson 
Pay. Teo. R. Pope . 
Lt. C. S. Tuckerman 
Capt. J. W. Weeks . 



2d Class, 


S. 


S., 


s. 


3., 


2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


S. , 


3., 


3d Class, 


2d 


do. 


1st 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


t 2d 


do. 



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143 



COMPANY A, NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. | 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 




Class. 


1895. 






Class. 


1895. 


Sea'n C. F. G. Arm- 








Sea'n 


J. Ball . 


3d Class, 


16,17 


strong • 


s. s., 


46,50,46 ! 


a 


F. Bedell 


3d 


do. 


15,17 


Lt. E. T. White 


s. s., 


R. 


«< 


F. G Burrill . 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


Sea'n C. B. Benedict 


IstClass, 


42,43 


<« 


J. F. Cutler . 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


" B. Van Magness 


1st 


do. 


43,42 


c« 


F. 0. Fogland 


3d 


do. 


17, 17 


Ensign F. L Tolman 


1st 


do. 


46,46 


<< 


G. E. Hanscorn 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


Q. M., J. Autrobus . 


2d 


do. 


22, 22 


«< 


W. B. Harvey 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


Sea'n W. Autrobus . 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


<< 


H. P. Hill . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


B. M., A. A. Bittnes 


2d 


do. 


19,20 


(< 


J. B. Holmes . 


3d 


do. 


15, 17 


Sea'n J. F. Cochrane 


2d 


do. 


18,21 


«< 


J. R. Laird 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


" H. C Davis . 


2d 


do. 


18,20 


<< 


J. H. Living- 








" H. W. Esta- 










stone . 


3d 


do. 


15,17 


brook . 


2d 


do 


21,22 


(< 


L. H. Living- 








" P. R. Hall . 


2d 


do. 


R. 




stone . 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


" W. D. Leeds . 


2d 


do. 


21,21 


<{ 


H. J. Nye 


3d 


do. 


16,17 


" H. B. B. Le- 








<( 


A. W. Olsen . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


Ferre . 


2d 


do. 


19, 19 


<< 


J. Olsen . 


3d 


do. 


16, 17 


" H. F. Lover ing 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


<i 


B. G. Sawin . 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


Q. M., R. L. Manning 


2d 


do. 


18, 18 


(< 


G. M. Sherriff 


3d 


do. 


15, 15 


G.M.,G.H.Mavnard 


2d 


do. 


18,22 


<( 


W. H. Sleeper 


3d 


do. 


16, 16 


Sea'n H. J. McFar- 








« 


J.A.Whitman 3d 


do. 


16,17 


land . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


<( 


W. H. de Zara 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


" Wm. J. Mc- 








<« 


H. Hansen 


3d 


do. 


15, 16 


Laughlin . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


<< 


F. G. Ewell . 


3d 


do. 


- 


" H. J. Russell . 


2d 


do. 


18, 19 


Lt. E. 


2d 


do. 


- 


" J. B. Simpson 


2d 


do. 


19, 20 


Bug. 


F. P Turner . 


3d 


do. 


- 


C.B.M., J.F.Turner 


2d 


do. 


19,21 


Sea'n A. H. Tunker . 


3d 


do. 


— 



COMPANY B, NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Lt. J. H. Dillaway, Jr. 

" C. H. Brigham . 

B. M., E. L. Jones . 

Sea'n C. L. Furlong . 

" H. S. Robbins 

" P. D Shepard 
G. M., R. R. Bolles . 
Sea'n E. E. Blake . 

" W. A. Cook . 

» W. H. Copp . 

" D. Foster, Jr. 

" W. J. Ryan . 
Cox. D. J. Cartwright 
Lt. H. F. Fuller 
Ensign D. H. Sughrue 
«* W. S. Dodd . 
B. M., D. R. Child . 
G. M., C. J. Jackson 
Q. M., F. F. Breen . 

" T. M. Ware f . 
Sea'n F. G. Banmann 

" C. L. Bosson . 

" E. J. Dewire . 

" G. F. Foster . 

" R. C. Gowdey 

«• H. E. Halberg 

" P. S. Hatch . 

" G.F.Hichborn 



s. s., 


R. 


s. s., 


R. 


s. s., 


R. 


o. o., 


45,48,46 


s. s., 


44,49,47 


s. s., 


R. 


IstClass, 


R. 


1st do. 


42,42 


1st do. 


44, 44 


1st do. 


43,44 


1st do. 


44, 42 


1st do. 


44,44 


1st do. 


42,47 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


21,21 


2d do. 


18, 20 


2d do. 


19, 19 


2d do. 


19,20 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


21,21 


2d do. 


18,20 


2d do. 


18,20 


2d do. 


19,22 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


19, 22 


2d do. 


20,21 


2d do. 


19,20 

i 



Sea'n J. H. N. Horan 

" C. E. Lauriat, 

Jr. 

" G. H. Manks . 

Bug. H. J. McNeider 
Sea'n W. H. Munroe 

" J. O'Hearn . 

" G. L. Smith . 

" E. M. Weston 

" C. C. Barton . 

" A. S. Blair . 

" F. H. Bracy . 

" J. S Clark . 

" L. Furlong 

" P. E. George . 

" F. B. Gowdev 

" C. W. Grinnell 

" H. D. Hall . 

" W. E Hannan 

" F. Hooper 

" A. E. Johnson 

" H.C.Mansfield 

" J. A. Schirmer 

" F. F. Smith . 

11 G.D.Varney. 

" F.E.Mansfield 

" W. D. Litch- 
field 



2d Class, 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

3d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 



18,21 

18,20 
19, 19 
19, 20 

R. 

R. 
18, 18 
20,20 
15, 16 

15, 16 
17,18 
17, 17 

16, 18 
16, 16 

15, 15 

16, 18 
15, 16 

15, 15 

16, 18 
15, 15 
15, 16 
15, 19 
15,17 
15,18 



144 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



COMPANY C, NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Eank. 



Name. 



Lt. Alfred H. Bond . 
" James D. Colt . 
Sea'n T. J. Downey . 
Ensign C. S. Hough- 
ton 
Sea'n W. H. Morrison 
G. M., C. H. Parker 
Lt. Benj. E. Bates . 
B. M., R. T. Moffatt 
Bug. Geo. W. Poole 
Cox. John H. Wyeth 
Sea'n Geo. A. Alden 
" A. F. Barnes . 
B. M., E. B. Bartlett 
Sea'n W. F. Bartlett 
" R. P. Benson . 
" F. P. Benyon . 
" J. F. Blaikie . 
" W. W. Capen 
" M. Carter 
" Wm. J. Class 
Q. M., B. B. Crown- 

ingshield 

Sea'n Henry T. Dean 

" G. P. Emmins 

" Louis Epple . 

Q. M., B. Frothing- 

ham 
Sea'n Louis F. Gates 



Record 

Class. 



s. s., 

s. s., 
s. s., 

s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 

IstClass, 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 



2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 



Range 
Work. 


1895. 




R. 




R. 


44,48,46 


44,48,46 

44,49,46 

44,48,46 

R. 


44 


42 




R. 


43, 


42 


21 


22 


19 


18 




R. 




R. 


20 


20 


18, 


19 


18 


18 




R. 


18 


21 


18, 


19 


21, 


22 


19, 


19 


18, 


20 


19, 


19 




R. 


18, 


20 



Rank. 



Name. 



Record 

Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



Sea'n L. L. Gillespie 

" Carl F. Gould 

" Jas. R. Hoder 

G. M., W.E.Holmes 

Cox. Wm. P. Howe 

Sea'n F. F. Jenks . 

" C. F. Mains . 

" H. L. Morrow 

" J. P. Parker . 

Ensign J. 0. Porter . 

Sea'n Geo. C. Scott . 

" Harry R.Scott 

" Wm. E. Scott 

" H. I. Sewall . 

" E. J. H. Trask 

" A. N. Trefry . 

" P. E. Brown . 

" H. A. Farns- 

worth . 
" H. W. Fonte . 
" Wm. D. Grier 
" Fred E. Hines 
" Robert King . 
" John F. Lewis 
" Edw. H. Little 
" M. F. Newton 
" C. E. Patterson 
" E. H. Scribner 
" \V. C. Smith . 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do/ 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 



18,21 
18,21 

R. 
20,20 
22,23 
19, 20 
19, 19 
21,21 
19, 19 
18, 21 
18, 19 

R. 

R. 

R. 

R. 
21,21 
17,17 

15,17 

15, 15 
16,17 

16, 16 
15,17 

16, 16 

15, 16 

17, 17 

16, 19 
15,17 

17, 17 



COMPANY D, NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Sea'n H. G. Brown . 
" E.J.Chalmers 
" C. H. Hanscom 

Lt. G. I. Jones . 

Sea'n E. V. Muldow- 
ney 

B. M., W. J. Mullally 

B. M., Willis Munroe 

G. M., J. H. Murphy 

Q. M., J. F. Schmei- 
ser . 

G. M., F.N. Balch . 

Sea'n S. Freedman . 
" Reuben Meader 

Q. M., J. F.Rollins. 

Sea'n Ernest Ackers 
" G. V. Bacon . 
" D. A. Bayne . 
" C. H. Bramhall 
" C. H. Buttrick 
« W. C. Cram . 
" John E.Daly. 
" A. M. Dittmar 
" H.M.Eastman 
" H. B. Faxon 
" H. C. Halladay 

Ensign C.T. Hough, 
Jr 

Sea'n C. P. Ladd, Jr. 



s. s., 


R. 


s. s., 


R. 


s. s., 


R. 


s.s , 


44,50,50 


s. s., 


R. 


s. s., 


R. 


s. s., 


R. 


s.s., 


R. 


o. o., 


44,48,47 


IstClass, 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


R. 


1st do. 


42, 42 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


R. 


2d do. 


18, 20 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


18, 18 


2d do. 


18, 19 


2d do. 


R. 


2d do. 


18, 21 


2d do. 


21, 21 


2d do. 


R. 


2d do. 


18,20 


2d do. 


R. 


2d do. 


18,20 



Sea'n F. Lang . 

F. P. Martin 
E. H. McClin 

tock . 
E. B. Mero 
S. B. Miller 
A. Moore 
F G.Nickerson 
E Parker 
E. F. Parish 
Lt. G. S. Selfridge 
Sea'n H.W. Thurston 
Wm.S. Water- 
man 
A. R. Bowers . 
J. S. Cheever . 
J. M. Gibbs, Jr 
A. S. Kelley . 
T. L. Mitchell 
A. P.Russell. 
E. H. Wash- 
burn . 

G. F. Daly . 
G. IV. Eldredge 

Bug. C. H Fuller . 
Sea'n W. C. Munroe 
Lt. F. B. Parsons . 
Sea'n J. S. Waterman 



2d Class, 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


2d 


do. 


3d 


do. 


S. S., 


2d Class, 



22,22 
18, 18 

21,21 
18, 19 
20,20 
18, 18 
18,21 
18,21 
18, 18 
20,21 
R. 

18, 18 
15,17 
15, 16 
15,17 
15, 15 
17, 18 
17,17 

15, 15 



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COMPANY E, NAVAL BRIGADE. 







Range 








Range 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Work. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Work. 




Class. 


1895. 






Class. 


1895. 


B. M., A. F. Cary . S. 8., 


45,48,46 


Sea'n 


W. R. Symonds 


2d Class, 


20, 20 


Cox. F. M. Demmick! S. S., 


44,48,47 


<< 


H. VV. Stirason 


2d do. 


18,20 


Sea'n F. Fish . . j S. S., 


45,49,47 


Lt. M 


.. Von Loesecke 


2d do. 


19, 20 


« M. L. Kimball \ S. S., 


R. 


Q. M 


., E. L. Upp . 


2d do. 


19, 19 


Lt. H. D. Sears . 1 S. S., 


R. 


Sea'n 


S. J. Watson . 


2d do. 


19,21 


B. M., H. L. Smith . S. S , 


44,48,46 


<< 


F. Winchester 


2d do. 


18, 18 


Ensign D. Chace . 1st Class, 


45, 43 


•< 


A. L. Clark . 


3d do. 


17,20 


Sea'n C. B. Marsh . ! 1st do. 


45,47 


it 


J. F. Cole 


3d do. 


15, 15 


'• W. S. McLean 1st do. 


R. 


(i 


E. F. Davis . 


3d do. 


15, 19 


G. M., J. A. Olsen . 


1st do. 


R. 


a 


H. W. Davis . 


3d do. 


16, 16 


Sea'n V. A. Remson 


1st do. 


42,43 


t< 


O. F. Leach . 


3d do. 


16, 17 


Lt. T. W. Sprague . 1st do. 


R. 


«« 


M. M. Reid . 


3d do. 


17, 18 


Sea'n F. H. Turnbull 


1st do. 


43,43 


>< 


B. W. Rowell 


3d do. 


15,16 


G. M., F. S. Vaughn 


1st do. 


R. 


<< 


H. A. Tirrell . 


3d do. 


17,17 


Sea'n J. C. Bracken- 






it 


F. F. Bowman 


2d do. 


- 


burg . 


2d do. 


20,20 


<< 


C. H Cram . 


2d do. 


- 


" E. H. Ballard 


2d do. 


18,20 


<< 


W. E. Crough 


3d do. 


- 


" A.W. Burnham 


2d do. 


18,20 


<( 


J. E. Kinsman 


2d do. 


- 


44 W. H. Clark . 


2d do. 


21,23 


a 


E. C. Larrabee 


2d do. 


- 


14 C. H. Clark . 2d do. 


19, 20 


(< 


F. A. Maker . 


2d do. 


- 


44 F. S. D'Orsay 2d do. 


18, 22 


«« 


E. J. Swett 


1st do. 


- 


44 A. H. Kimball , 2d do. 


19, 19 


Q.M 


, J. E C. White 


S. S., 


- 


" W. Pitman . j 2d do. 


19, 19 


Cox. 


J. F. Sevin 


s. s., 


— 



COMPANY P, NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Sea'n S. A. Aldrich . 
44 C. M. Allen . 
44 W. J. Allen . 

Lt. W. H. Beattie . 

Cox. C. S. Belcher . 

Sea'n C. D. Borden . 

G. M., C. N. Borden 

Sea'n F. N. Borden . 

Cox. J. Borden, Jr. . 

Sea'n S. Borden, Jr. 
44 W. E.Braley. 
44 C. F. Brow . 
44 W. H. Brow . 
44 J. Buffington . 

Lt. G. R. H. Buffing- 
ton 

Sea'n J. N. Buffington 
44 W. H. Buffing- 
ton 

Q. M., M. I. Deane . 

Sea'n R. B. Deane . 
44 P. C. Downey 

G. M., O. Durfee . 

Lt. W. B. Edgar . 

B. M., L. French . 

Sea'n H. M. Hatha- 
way . ; 
" C. S. Hawkins 

Ensign C. L. Holmes 

Sea'n G. M. Hood . 

Ensign E. B. Jen- 
nings 

Sea'n A. W. Lawson 



S., 
S., 

S., 

s., 

S., 
S., 
S., 
S., 

s., 

s., 
s., 
s., 
s., 
s., 

s., 
s., 

s, 
s., 
s., 
s., 
s, 
s., 

s., 
s., 
s., 
s., 

s., 
s., 



46,48,47 
50,50,48 
50,50,49 
46,49,46 
46,49,49 
44,48,47 
45,50,46 
44,48,46 
45,48,46 
46,49,47 
50,50,47 
44,48,47 
44,48,46 
46,49,47 

45,49,46 
44,48,46 

44,49,46 
45,48,48 
44,49,48 
44,49,46 
49,49,46 
45,48,47 
48,48,46 

44,48,46 
46,48,48 
44,48,46 
47,49,49 

44,48,49 
44,48,47 



Sea'n F. W. Lawson 

44 E. F. Lucas . 

. " F. S. Mathew- 

son 

44 W. E. Marr . 

B. M., C. A. Moore. 

Sea'n F. C. Nichols . 
" W. I. Nichols 
44 C. D. Peirce . 
44 O. M. Peirce . 
44 T.J.Pickering 
44 G.S.B.Pritch- 

ard 
44 R.M.Reynolds 
41 J. B. Richards 
44 S.E.Robinson 

Bug. W. F. Storey . 

Sea'n E.T.Thompson 
44 J. F. Vander- 

Burgh . 
44 E.B.Varney. 
44 V. K. Wakem 
44 G H. Waring 

Q. M , M. W. Wilcox 

Sea'n C. E. Wood . 
" W. S. Wood . 
44 J. H. Booth . 
44 F. S. Borden . 
44 C. E. Gage . 
44 T. F. Grand- 
field . 
44 P. L. Reynolds 
44 I. L. Stebbins . 



S. S., 
S. S., 

S. S., 
S. S., 
S. S., 
S. S., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 

S. o., 

s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 

s. s., 
s. s., 

s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 

IstClass, 
1st do. 
1st do. 

1st do. 
1st do. 
1st do. 



45,48,48 
50,48,47 

44,50,46 
44,48,46 
50,50,48 
45,48,47 
45,48,46 
50,49,48 
48,50,47 
49,48,47 

49,50,48 
44,50,47 
49,50,50 
44,48,47 
44,50,47 
47,50,49 

44,48,47 

44,48,46 

44,48,46 

45,48,48 

49,50,50 

44,48,47 

44,48,46 

42, 44 

42, 43 

45,48 

44,44 
42,46 
42,45 



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[Jan. 



COMPANY G, NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 


Rank. Name. 


Record 


Range 
Work. 




Class. 


1895. 




Class. 


1895. 


Sea'n E. M. Slocum . 


D.M., 


45,50,46 


Q. M., J. F. Walton 


S. S., 


45,50,46 


" F. C. Bennett . 


o. S., 


R. 


G. M.,D. G.F.Ward 


s. s., 


44,49,46 


" S. 0. Bond . 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


Sea'n E. E. Ba&sett . 


IstClass, 


44,44 


" 0. P. Bourne. 


S.S., 


44,48,46 


" C. E. Gardner 


1st do. 


43,44 


B. M., J. W. Brarey, 






" F. G. Hillman 


1st do. 


42,44 


Jr 


S.S., 


44,48,50 


" C. E. Phinney 


1st do. 


R. 


Sea'n A. H. Burt . 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


" J. J. Silvia . 


1st do. 


43,43 


" E. H. Burt . 


'S. s., 


R. 


Cox. W.F.W. Taber 


1st do. 


43,45 


" J. A. Carter . 


s. s., 


R. 


Sea'n C. F. Trull . 


1st do. 


43,45 


" E.W.Collins. 


S. S , 


44,48,47 


" A. J. Ayer 


1st do. 


19, 19 


" G.B.Ferguson 


s. s., 


50,50,46 


" J. Booker 


1st do. 


20,21 


Lt. G.N. Gardner . 


s. s., 


45,48,46 


" J. J. Carroll . 


1st do. 


21,22 


Sea'n F. H. Geils . 


s.s., 


44,49,47 


Ensign F. R. Fish . 


1st do. 


19,20 


" G. H. Gifford . 


s. s., 


44,48,46 


Sea'n J. R. Frank . 


1st do. 


19, 22 


" B. Hambly . 


s.s., 


45,48,47 


" A.H. Marsden 


1st do. 


18, 19 


" D. T. Hillman 


s. s., 


45,48,46 


" J. P. Peckham 


1st do. 


21,21 


B. M., John H. Holt 


s. s., 


45,48,47 


" Richard Willis 


1st do. 


18, 18 


Q. M., H. Howard, Jr. 


s. s., 


45,49,46 


" W.H.Whalley 


1st do. 


20, 20 


Sea'n H. Marshall . 


S.S., 


44,48,46 


" George Braley 


3d do. 


15, 16 


11 J.J. McDonald 


s. s., 


45,48,47 


Bug. F. C. Graves . 


2d do. 


- 


G. M., E. D. Morton 


s. s., 


44,48,47 


Sea'n W. E. Kern, 






Sea'n R. C. Neal 


s. s., 


44,48,47 


Jr. 


1st do. 


- 


Ensign A. R. Pierce 


s. s., 


44,49,46 


" G. A. Luce 


1st do. 


- 


Sea'n H. J. Ricketson 


s. s., 


45,48,48 


*f B.H. Price . 


1st do. 


- 


" F. T. Roach . 


s.s., 


45,48,47 


" F.G.Radclife, 






Lt. A. E. Thomas . 


s.s., 


44,49,46 


Jr. . 


S.S., 


- 


Sea'n J. 0. Thomp- 












son, Jr. . 


S.S., 


45,48,47 









COMPANY H, NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Sea'n O.H.Buckholz 
" A. J. Perkins . 

B.M..H. D. Banks . 

Ensign W. S. Barr . 

Sea'n F. W. Baum . 
" J. F. Bemies . 

B. M., W, A. Brown 

Sea'n W. H. Brundrett 
" J.R.Buchanan 

Lt. W. O. Cohn 

Cox. F. H. Colburn . 

Lt. H. S. Crossman . 

Sea'n J. W. Derby . 
" E. J. Dexter . 
" Chas. Doherty 
" G. H. Hadd . 
" F. G. Hoskins 
" H. C. Knudson 
" J. B. Lombard 
" F. W. Newell . 
" L. H. Perkins 
" A. J. Skinner . 
" H. A. Squire . 
" F. V. Varin . 
" A.B.Weissen- 

born . 
" D. C. White . 
" G. F. Wright . 
" W. S. Arms . 

G. M., F. H. Bowen 



D. M., 
D. M., 

S. S., 

S. s., 
s. s., 
s.s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
s.s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
s s., 
s. s., 
s.s., 
s. s., 

o. o., 

s. s., 
s.s., 
s. s., 
s. s., 
s.s., 

S.S., 
s. s , 
s. s., 

s.s., 
s. s., 

IstClass, 
1st do. 



50,48,46 
49,48,49 
44,48,46 
48,48,46 
44,48,46 
44,48,46 
46,49,46 
44,48,46 
48,48,48 
46,48,46 
46,48,46 
50,49,46 
44,48,46 
47,48,47 
45,48,46 
45,48,46 
50,49,46 
44,48,46 
46,48,48 
44,48,46 
49,48,46 
46,50,46 
45,48,46 
44,48,46 

45,49,46 
44,48,46 
44,48,46 
42,43 
43, 47 



Sea'n H. T. Breck . 

" C. H. Crosier . 

" W. I. Davis . 

" C. W. Frazer . 

" E. B. Gilbert . 

" C.H.Jordan. 

Ensign F. T. Ley 

Sea'n I. C. Lornbra . 

" A. N. Luee . 

" W. S. Mellows 

" Geo. H. Nobbs 

« G. G. Patnode 

" N. A. Pease . 

" B. J. Perry . 

" R. Roberts . 

G. M., E. E. Sawtell 

Sea'n W. J. Schlatter 

Bug. A. W. Stanley 

Sea'n L. W. Swan . 

" J. Touseul 
Q. M., S. H. Trask . 
Q. M , R. T. White- 
house 
Sea'n J. A. Bebler . 
Lt. J. K. Dexter 
Sea'n J. D. Hey ward 
Cox. A. Ingersoll 
Sea'n C. S. Saxton . 
" H. B. Trask . 



IstClass, 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do, 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 



43,42 
42, 42 
42,44 
45,42 
42,42 
42,42 
45, 46 
42,45 
42,43 
42,42 
43,43 
42,43 
42,42 
42, 43 
42,44 
42,43 
43,42 
42,47 
42,43 
42, 42 
42, 42 

42,44 
20, 20 
18,20 
18, 18 
19,21 
20, 20 
20, 19 



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REVOLVER QUALIFICATIONS. 



Hank. 



Name. 



Organization. 



Record 
Class. 



Range 
Work. 

1895. 



Col. A. H. Goetting, 

" F. S. Richardson, 
Maj. Frank H. Briggs, 
Capt. Gordon Dexter, 

" A. N. Rantoul, 
Sgt. W. S. Bryant, . 
Orderly Milan W. Bull, 
Maj. R. H. Morgan, 
Lt. A. P. Pope, 
Lt Col E. R. Shumway, 
Lt. M. H. Tisdell, . 
Capt. P. I. Barber, . 
Lt. F. P. Hosiner, . 
" E. R Gray, 
" Geo. E. Simmons, 
" C. J. Kirby, 
Capt. M. D. Clement, 
Lt. J. W. Jones, 
Capt. Geo. A. Devlin, 
Lt. H. B. Chamberlin, 
" W. H. Jackson, . 
Capt. R. P. O'Reilly, 
Lt. W. J. Crawlev, . 
" F. C. Noyes, 
Maj. W. H. Donovan, 
Lt. John Breen, 
Capt. J. F. Joubert, . 

11 "W. F. Shaughnessy, 
Sgt. Maj. V. C. Pond, 
Brig. Gen. B. F. Peach, Jr., 
Lt. Col. C. C. Fry, . 
" F. C. Hersey, 
Maj. A A. Hall, . 

" Elijah George, . 
Sgt. W. M. Merrill, . 

" Lester Leland, . 

Col. Sgt. W. D. Huddleson, 

Sgt. Maj. H. S. Keyes, 

Lt. W. L. Swan, 

" F. A. Cheney, . 

Maj. H. B Fairbanks, 

Lt. J. E. Lancaster, . 

" P. R. Hawkins, . 

Capt. E.G. Barrett,. 

Lt. F. L. Allen, 

11 E. R. Train, 

" Thomas Rae, Jr., 

" W. C Hayes, . 

" J. P. Quirk, 

Capt. "W. E. Hassam, 

Lt. W. S. Prior, 

Capt H. L. Williams, 

Lt. D. J. Moynihan, 

Capt. Roger Morgan, 

Lt. W. S. Warriner, 

44 P. C. Powers, . 

" E. J. Leferriere, 

Maj. A. M. Mossman, 

Capt. E. E. Mason, . 

Lt. O. J. C. Neilson, 

" Thomas McCarthy, 

Capt. Francis Meredith, Jr., 

" E. E. Locke, . 
Lt. C. H. Groves, . 



Staff Commander-in-Chief, 
Commander-in-Chief, 
First Brigade, . 
Second Brigade, 
Second Brigade, 
Second Brigade, 
First Reg't Infantry, . 
First Reg't Infantry, . 
Co. E, First Reg't Infantry, 
Second Reg't Infantry, 
Co. A, Second Reg't Infantry, 
E " " " 

E,' " " " 

E, " " " 

j\^ n << •< 

Co. B,'Fifth Reg't Infantry, 

p << « u 

Staff Sixth Reg't Infantry, 

Co. F, Sixth Reg't Infantry, 
p <« (< (< 

L,' " " " 

Co. G, Eighth Reg't Infantry, 
G, " " " 

G, " " " 

Ninth Reg't Infantry, 
Staff Ninth Reg't Infantry, 
Co. F, Ninth Reg't Infantry, 

K, " " " 

Staff First Corps Cadets, 
Second Brigade, . 
Staff Second Brigade, 

Second Brigade, 

Second Brigade, 

Second Brigade, 

Second Brigade, 

Second Brigade, 
First Reg't Infantry, . 
First Reg't Infantry, . 
Co. L, First Reg't Infantry, 

L, " " " 

Second Reg't Infantry, 
Staff Second Reg't Infantry, 

Second Reg't Infantry, 
Co. A, Second Reg't Infantry, 

C, " " " 

D, " " " 

D, " " " 
G, " " " 
G, " " " 
H, " " " 
H, " " " 

T it << «( 

■»•» 

<( a a 

K, " " «■ 

K, " » " 

K, " ■« " 

JyJ II II II 

Fifth Reg't Infantry, 

Co. B, Fifth Reg't Infantry, 

E, " " " 
G, " " " 
H, " '* " 
L, " « •« 
M, " " " 



1st Class, 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

1st do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 

2d do. 



2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



2d do. 
2d do. 



2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 
2d 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



28 


29 


28 


29 


28 


29 


28 


28 


28 


28 


28 


28 


29 


29 


28 


29 


28 


28 


28 


28 


28 


28 


28 


28 


28, 


28 


28 


28 


28, 


29 


28, 


28 


28, 


28 


28, 


28 


28, 


28 


28, 


28 


28, 


28 


28, 


28 


28, 


28 


28, 


28 


28, 


29 


28, 


28 


29, 


29 


28, 


28 


28, 


29 


25, 


25 


25, 


27 


25, 


25 


25, 


26 


26, 


27 


26, 


26 


25, 


25 


27, 


29 


27, 


29 


25, 


25 


25, 


25 


26, 


26 


26, 


26 


25, 


26 


26, 


26 


25, 


25 


27, 


28 


27, 


29 


25, 


26 


25, 


27 


26, 


27 


26, 


26 


25, 


25 


26, 


26 


25, 


26 


25, 


25 


25, 


27 


26, 


26 


25, 


25 


26, 


26 


25, 


25 


25, 


26 


25, 


27 


25, 


25 


25, 


25 



148 



ADJUTANT GENEKAL'S EEPORT. [Jan. 



REVOLVER QUALIFICATIONS - Concluded. 



Rank. Name. 


Organization. 


Record 
Class. 


Range , 
Work. 

1895. 


Maj. G. H. Taylor, . 


Sixth Reg't Infantry, 


2d Class, 


25, 26 


Capt. J. J. Shea, 




Co. D, Sixth Reg't Infantry, 


2d 


do. 


25 


25 


Lt. J F. McDowell, 




D, " " " 


2d 


do. 


25 


26 


" F. G. Taylor, * . 




~p i< a << 


2d 


do. 


25 


26 


Capt. S. H. Tuttle, . 




T «< (l «< 


2d 


do. 


25 


25 


Lt. B. F. Smith, 




T (( (< (( 


2d 


do. 


25 


25 


Capt. W. J. Williams, . 




L, " " " 


2d 


do. 


25 


25 


Lt. Geo. W. Braxton, 




L, " " " 


2d 


do. 


25 


25 


Capt. H. S. Bean, . 




Co. B, Eighth Reg't Infantry, . 


2d 


do. 


25 


25 


Lt. S A. Hinckley, . 




B, " " " 


2d 


do. 


25 


25 


Capt. Freeman Murray, 




D, " " " 


2d 


do. 


26 


27 


Lt. H. B. Goodridge, 




D, " " " 


2d 


do. 


25 


25 


" J. W. Preston, . 




E, " " " 


2d 


do. 


25 


26 


" R. Robertson, 






E, " " " 


2d 


do. 


27 


28 


" W. P. Nichols, 






H, " " " 


2d 


do. 


25 


26 


Col. F. B. Bogan, 






Ninth Reg't Infantry, 


2d 


do. 


26 


26 


Capt. J. Moynihan, 






Co. G, Ninth Reg't infantry, . 


2d 


do. 


26 


27 


Lt. M. E. Hines, 






G, " " " 


2d 


do. 


26 


27 


" J. F. Hurley, 






G, <( " " 


2d 


do. 


25 


26 


" P. Connealy, 






L, " " « 


2d 


do. 


26 


26 


" J. S Gillow, 






M, " " " 


2d 


do. 


26 


26 


CM. B. M.,R. D. Jones, 




Naval Brigade 


2d 


do. 


25 


25 


Ensign D. Chase, 




Co. E, Naval Brigade, 


2d 


do. 


26 


27 


Lieut. J. E. R. Hill, 




First Corps Cadets, . 


2d 


do. 


25 


26 


Hosp. Stw'd A. S. Knight, 


«< << (< 


2d 


do. 


25 


26 


Act. Col. Sgt. R. Whidden, . 


<< n <« 


2d 


do. 


25 


26 


Col. Sgt. G. C. Bullard, . 


<< «« a 


2d 


do. 


25 


26 


Lt. W. L. Bouve, . 


Co. C, First Corps Cadets, 


2d 


do. 


25 


26 


" C. F. Ropes, 


Co. A, Second Corps Cadets, . 


2d 


do. 


25 


25 


Capt. E. H. Shaw, . 


Troop F, Cavalry, . . . 


2d 


do. 


25 


26 


Asst. Surg. Amasa Howard, . 


<< << a 


2d 


do. 


26 


27 



1896.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



149 



FIRST BRIGADE. 





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17 





3 


7 


4 


3 


3 



Maj. Thomas F. Cordis, A. I. G. R. P. 
cent. 



Efficient strength October 31, 89.47 per 



FIRST REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Field and staff, 


21 


19 


5 


4 


3 


6 


1 


9 


Company A, . 








58 


48 


1 


5 


6 


18 


18 


33 


Company B, . 








61 


61 


2 


25 


8 


18 


8 


61 


Company C, . 








60 


44 


2 


5 





18 


19 


41 


Company D, . 








60 


56 





3 


5 


33 


15 


53 


Company E, . 






( 


53 


53 


2 


20 


8 


20 


3 


47 


Company F, . 








57 


55 





5 


5 


22 


23 


54 


Company G, . 








60 


49 





1 


11 


24 


13 


43 


Company H, . 








61 


31 








4 


17 


10 


26 


Company I, . 








61 


57 


2 


4 


9 


25 


17 


55 


Company K, . 








56 


30 





5 


5 


5 


15 


26 


Company L, . 








60 


44 





1 


2 


14 


27 


33 


Company M, . 








61 


61 





15 


10 


28 


8 


61 










729 


608 


14 


93 


76 


248 


177 


542 



Lieut John B. Paine, I. R. P. Efficient strength October 31, 83.40 per cent. 



SECOND REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Field and staff, 


21 


21 


3 


7 


4 


7 





16 


Company A, . 






61 


58 





8 


14 


25 


11 


56 


Company B, . 






61 


61 


3 


6 


7 


27 


18 


61 


Company C, . 






59 


58 


1 


22 


6 


23 


6 


58 


Company D, . 






58 


56 





6 


8 


22 


20 


53 


Company E, . 






57 


39 





9 


3 


18 


9 


32 


Company F, . 






59 


48 





1 


1 


31 


15 


38 


Company G, . 






61 


61 


1 


6 


9 


26 


19 


59 


Company H, . 






61 


61 





6 


11 


28 


16 


60 


Company I, . 






47 


46 





4 


6 


16 


20 


44 


Company K, . 






61 


61 





12 


6 


31 


12 


61 


Company L, . 






57 


51 


1 


•10 


8 


22 


10 


49 


Company M, . 






61 


60 


2 


7 


10 


27 


14 


60 








724 


681 


11 


104 


93 


303 


170 


647 



Lieut. Paul R. Hawkins, I. R. P. Efficient strength October 31, 94.06 per cent. 



150 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



SIXTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 





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Field and staff, 


21 


10 





2 





7 


1 


3 


Company A, . 








61 


61 


5 


15 


6 


35 





61 


Company B, . 








61 


58 





3 


6 


29 


20 


48 


Company C, . 








57 


43 





7 


' 15 


17 


4 


34 


Company D, . 








59 


45 





3 


8 


15 


19 


38 


Company E, . 








58 


55 


1 


7 


9 


31 


7 


50 


Company F, . 








55 


45 








1 


16 


28 


46 


Company G, . 








55 


41 


1 


7 


7 


18 


8 


29 


Company H, . 








61 


51 


2 


6 


7' 


24 


12 


39 


Company I, . 








59 


53 





7 


18 


23 


5 


46 


Company K, . 








57 


41 





3 


3 


20 


15 


32 


Company L, . 








61 


59 





6 


4 


31 


18 


55 


Company M, . 








61 


43 


1 





3 


22 


17 


43 










726 


605 


10 


66 


87 


288 


154 


524 



Lieut. James W. Jones, I. R. P. Efficient strength, 83.33 per cent. 



TROOP F, CAVALRY. 



82 


82 


2 


20 


5 


45 


10 



Efficient strength, 100 per cent. 



82 



SECOND BRIGADE. 



Field and staff, 



19 


15 


1 


4 


3 


2 


5 



Maj. Elijah George, A. I. G. R. P. Efficient strength, 78.73 per cent. 





FIFTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 




* 




Field and staff, 


21 


17 


3 


2 


2 


8 


2 


9 


Company A, . 








61 


39 








2 


19 


18 


24 


Company B, . 








61 


61 


1 


13 


8 


23 


16 


61 


Company C, . 








56 


50 





6 


4 


22 


18 


47 


Company D, . 








57 


39 








1 


15 


23 


31 


Company E, . 








55 


54 





1 


8 


20 


25 


54 


Company F, . 








53 


53 


1 


13 


6 


30 


3 


53 


Company G, . 








61 


53 


1 


4 


8 


21 


19 


44 


Company H, . 








60 


44 





4 


4 


18 


18 


27 


Company I, . 








58 


57 





1 


10 


21 


25 


57 


Company K, . 








. 60 


46 





3 


7 


18 


18 


44 


Company L, . 








57 


51 


1 


4 


7 


31 


8 


, 50 


Company M, . 








50 


36 








3 


26 


7 


36 










710 


600 


7 


51 


70 


272 


200 


537 



Lieut. Robert Ball Edes, I. R. P. Efficient strength October 31, 84.50 per cent. 



1896.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



151 



EIGHTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 





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Field and staff, 


16 


10 





1 


1 


7 


1 


8 


Company A, . 








53 


37 





2 


5 


16 


14 


24 


Company B, . 








60 


60 


1 


17 


16 


24 


2 


60 


Company C, . 








61 


53 





1 


9 


21 


22 


49 


Company D, . 








58 


50 


2 


1 


8 


24 


15 


43 


Company E, . 








59 


59 





4 


7 


25 


23 


59 


Company F, . 








60 


60 





14 


9 


29 


8 


59 


Company G, . 








61 


61 





37 


11 


13 





61 


Company H, . 








52 


52 





2 


5 


16 


29 


52 


Company I, . 








57 


50 


1 


5 


12 


19 


13 


43 


Company K, . 








61 


61 


2 


9 


8 


24 


18 


61 


Company L, . 








59 


47 





11 


4 


16 


16 


45 


Company M, . 








57 


46 


1 


6 


2 


18 


19 


35 










714 


646 


7 


110 


97 


252 


180 


599 



Lieut. Edward H. Eldredge, I. R. P. Efficient strength October 31, 90.47 per cent. 



NINTH REGIMENT INFANTRY. 



Field and staff, 


21 


10 


1 


2 





5 


2 


7 


Company A, . 








61 


31 





1 





15 


15 


25 


Company B, . 








53 


44 





4 


5 


7 


28 


36 


Company C, . 








56 


28 





6 


2 


12 


8 


16 


Company D, . 








61 


41 





1 





16 


24 


41 


Company E, . 








56 


33 





1 


3 


5 


24 


20 


Company F, . 








52 


42 


2 


6 


3 


20 


11 


35 


Company G, . 








52 


48 





4 


6 


18 


20 


48 


Company H, . 








59 


35 








1 


12 


22 


33 


Company I, . 








50 


26 








1 


12 


13 


13 


Company K, . 








54 


53 





8 


5 


35 


5 


53 


Company L, . 








55 


54 


2 


8 


8 


27 


9 


54 


Company M, . 




49 


35 


1 


3 


1 


15 


15 


25 










679 


480 


6 


44 


35 


199 


196 


406 



Lieut. John Breen, I. R. P. Efficient strength October 31, 70.69 per cent. 



FIRST BATTALION CAVALRY. 



Field and staff, 

Troop A, . . f . 

Troop D, 


14 
80 
70 


8 
38 
32 







1 

3 
3 


2 
3 
5 


2 

22 
15 


3 

10 
9 


1 
27 
20 




164 


78 





7 


10 


39 


22 


58 



Lieut. Horace D. Litchfield, I. R. P. Efficient strength October 31, 47.56 per cent. 



152 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



FIRST CORPS CADETS. 



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Field and staff, . 


12 


Company A, . 


57 


Company B, . 


69 


Company C, . 


51 


Company D 


76 



265 



11 

57 
66 
51 
76 



261 



3 


2 


4 


1 


7 


9 


21 


18 


11 


10 


29 


14 


4 


9 


28 


10 


10 


8 


37 


19 


35 


38 


119 


62 



9 

47 
55 
50 

74 



235 



Lieut. Wm. A. Hayes, I. R. P. Efficient strength October 31, 98.49 per cent. 



SECOND CORPS CADETS- 



Field and staff, 


12 


9 


1 





2 


3 


3 


3 


Company A, . 


37 


29 


2 


2 





17 


3 


15 


Company B, . 


46 


30 





2 


7 


11 


10 


21 


Company C 


44 


30 


4 


6 


3 


11 


6 


26 


Company D, . 


40 


28 


3 


2 


3 


12 

54 


8 


21 




179 


126 


10 


12 


20 


30 


86 



Lieut. W. H. Merritt, I. R. P. Efficient strength October 31, 70.39 per cent. 



NAVAL BRIGADE. 



Field and staff, 


31 


31 





6 


4 


13 


8 


8 


Company A, . 








51 


47 





2 


3 


18 


24 


43 


Company B, . 








54 


54 





6 


7 


25 


16 


52 


Company C, . 








54 


54 





6 


4 


32 


12 


54 


Company D, . 








51 


51 





10 


4 


28 


9 


45 


Company E, . 








45 


45 





8 


9 


19 


9 


36 


Company F, . 








58 


58 





52 


6 








58 


Company G, . 








50 


50 


I 


28 


10 


10 


1 


45 


Company H, . 








57 


57 


2 


25 


24 


6 





57 










451 


447 


3 


143 


71 


151 


79 


398 



Lieut. Henry N. Sweet, I. R. P. Efficient strength October 31, 99.11 per cent. 



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153 



Table A. Consolidated Reports — Efficients, M. V. M., Oct. 31, 

1895. 









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15 




5 


4 


6 




3 


57.69 


1st Brigade Staff, .... 


19 


17 


- 


3 


7 


4 


3 


3 


89.47 


2d Brigade Staff 


19 


15 


1 


4 


3 


2 


5 


1 


78.73 


1st Regiment Infantry, — 




















Lieut. John B. Paine, I. R. P., . 


729 


608 


14 


93 


76 


248 


177 


542 


83.40 


2d Regiment Infantry, — 




















Lient. Paul R. Hawkins, I. R. P., 


724 


681 


11 


104 


93 


303 


170 


647 


94.06 


5th Regiment Infantry, — 




















Lieut. Robert Ball Edes, I. R. P., 


710 


600 


7 


51 


70 


272 


200 


537 


84.50 


6th Regiment Infantry, — 




















Lieut. James W. Jones, I. R. P., 


726 


605 


10 


66 


87 


288 


154 


524 


S3. 33 


8th Regiment Iufantry, — 




















Lieut.EdwardH.Eldredge.I.R.P., 


714 


646 


7 


110 


97 


252 


180 


599 


90.47 


9th Regiment Infantry, — 




















Lieut. John Breen, I. R. P., 


679 


480 


6 


44 


35 


199 


196 


406 


70.69 


lBt Corps Cadets, — 




















Lieut. William A. Hayes, I. R. P., 


265 


261 


7 


35 


38 


119 


62 


235 


98.49 


2d Corps Cadets, — 




















Lieut. Walter H. Merrill, I. R. P., 


179 


126 


10 


12 


20 


54 


30 


86 


70.39 


Naval Brigade, — 




















Lieut. Henry N. Sweet, I. R. P., 


451 


447 


3 


143 


71 


151 


79 


398 


99.11 


1st Battalion Cavalry, — 




















Lieut. H. D. Litchfield, I. R. P., . 


164 


78 


- 


7 


10 


39 


22 


58 


47.56 


Troop F, Cavalry, — 




















Lieut. James W. Jones, I. K. P , 


82 


82 


2 


20 


5 


45 


10 


82 


100.00 




5,487 


4,661 


78 


697 


616 


1,982 


1,288 


4,121 


84.95 



Table B. Comparative Efficiency. 

FIRST BRIGADE. 





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4 


3 


17 


3 




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729 


14 


93 


76 


248 


177 


608 


542 


_ 


2d Regiment Infantry, 


724 


11 


104 


93 


303 


170 


681 


647 


_ 


6th Regiment Infantry, . 


726 


10 


66 


87 


288 


154 


605 


524 


- 


Troop F, Cavalry, . 


82 


2 


20 


5 


45 


10 


82 


82 


- 




2,280 


37 


286 


268 


888 


514 


1,993 


1,798 


87.41 




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JAD1 


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Field and Staff, 


19 


1 


4 


3 


2 


5 


15 


1 




5th Regiment Infantry, . 


710 


7 


51 


70 


272 


200 


600 


537 


- 


8th Regiment Infantry, . 


714 


7 


110 


97 


252 


180 


646 


599 


- 


9th Regiment Infantry, . 


679 


6 


44 


35 


199 


196 


480 


406 


- 


1st Battalion Cavalry, 


164 





7 


10 


39 


22 


78 


58 


- 




2,286 


21 


216 


215 


764 


603 


1,819 


1,601 


79.57 



154 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



REVOLVER QUALIFICATIONS, 1895. 





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3 

















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3 











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2 



REGIMENTAL COMPETITIONS. 

Company Teams of Ten, Ten Shots at 200 Yards, Highest Pos- 
sible Score, 500. 

First Regiment Infantry, South Framingham, June 6. The Regimental Trophy 
(engraving), " Waterloo," was won by Company B of Cambridge. 



Company B, . . . . . 415 

Company E, 412 

Company 1, 367 

Company A, . . . . . 363 

Company F, 358 

Company M, . . , . . 340 



Company C, 324 

Company H, . . . . . 313 

Company L, 312 

Company K, . . . . . 294 

Company D, 292 

Company G, 242 



Second Regiment Infantry, South Framingham, June 4. The Regimental Trophy 
(engraving), " Salute to the Wounded," was won by Company M of Adams. 



Company M, 407 

Company E, 401 

Company H, 385 

Company B, 377 

Company L, . . . . . 376 

Company G, 371 



Company K, 370 

Company C, 361 

Company I, 359 

Company F, . . . . .296 

Company A, 296 

Company D, . . ... 296 



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155 



Fifth Regiment Infantry, South Framingham, July 22. The Regimental Trophy 
(engraving), " Waterloo," was won by Company F of Waltham. 



Company F 405 

Company L, 404 

Company G, 395 

Company I, 387 

Company K, 365 

Company B, 353 



Company E, 352 

Company C, 350 

Company M, 303 

Company A, 269 

Company H, 257 

Company D, 153 



Sixth Regiment Infantry, South Framingham, June 4. The Regimental Trophy 
(engraving), " Prisonnier," was won by Company A of Wakefield. 



Company A, 407 

Company H 390 

Company I, 375 

Company G, 360 

Company E, 360 

Company L, 354 



Company C, 351 

Company M, 326 

Company D 303 

Company K, 293 

Company B, 291 

Company F, 284 



Eighth Regiment Infantry, Salem, August 17. The Regimental Trophy (engrav- 
ing), " Salute to the Wounded," was won by Company K of Danvers. 



Company K, 411 

Company D, 394 

Company G, 394 

Company M; 383 

Company B, 383 

Company I, 368 



Company E, 353 

Company A, 331 

Company L, 316 

Company C 301 

Company F, 271 

Company H, 245 



Ninth Regiment Infantry, Walnut Hill, August 16. The Regimental Trophy 
(engraving), "Shiloh," was won by Company L of Natick. 



Company L, 364 

Company K, 350 

Company F, 337 

Company G, 324 

Company M, 312 



Company C, 
Company H, 
Company B, 
Company D, 
Company I, 



285 
279 
248 
183 
120 



Companies A and E did not report a full complement of men. 



First Corps Cadets, Hingham, July 18. The Corps Trophy was won by Company 
B of Boston. 



Company B, 366 

Company A, 365 



Company D, 348 

Company C, 330 



Second Corps Cadets, Salem, August 26. The Corps Trophy (engraving), " Mort 
d'Correus," was won by Company C of Salem. 



Company C, 400 

Company D, 371 



Company A 338 

Company B, 329 



Naval Brigade, Walnut Hill, August 2. The Brigade Trophy (engraving), 
" White Squadron," was won by Company H of Springfield. 



Company H, 421 

Company F, 411 

Company E, 373 

Company C, 370 



Company D, 341 

Company G, 323 

Company B, 322 

Company A, 308 



156 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



CAVALRY COMPETITION. 

Teams of Ten, Fifteen Shots at 200 Yards, Possible Score 750 

Cavalry Battalion, Walnut Hill, September 2. The Battalion Trophy (engraving), 
"Waterloo," was won by Troop F of Westford. 



Troop F, 575 

Troop A, 514 



Troop D, 444 



STATE COMPETITIONS. 

I. The State competition for teams of fifteen, firing ten shots 
each at 200 and 500 yards, took place at Walnut Hill, September 
2, and was won by the team of the Sixth Regiment Infantry. 

Sixth Regiment Infantry. 

Sergt. W. E. Sweetser, Co. H., . 200 yards, 4445454545 

500 " 4454455453 

— 87 
Priv. P. A. Mansfield, Co. H., . 200 " 5 4 5 5 4 4 5 4 3 4 

500 " 3 5 3 5 4 3 4 3 4 5 

— 82 
Priv. G. L. Tabbut, Co. H, . . 200 " 3 4 5 5 5 5 4 5 5 4 

500 " 2 5 5 3 4 5 3 5 2 

— 79 
Corp. W. C. Gannon, Co. C, .200 " 5 5 5 4 4 4 5 4 5 5 

500 " 3233554445 

— 84 
Sergt. A. D. Colby, Co. C, . . 200 « 4 4 4 4 4 4 3 4 4 5 

500 " 5323434454 

— 77 
Sergt. F. E. Fischer, Co. E, . .200 li 4 4 5 4 4 5 4 4 3 4 

500 " 4555553554 

Bug. P. S. Killam, Co. A, . . 200 " 4 5 5 5 5 5 4 5 4 4 

500 « 4 5 4 5 5 5 5 4 4 3 

— 90 
Sergt. F. E. Gray, Co. A, . . 200 " 4 4 4 5 4 5 5 4 5 5 

500 " 5354554545 

Capt. E. J. Gihon, Co. A, . . 200 " 4 3 4 4 5 5 5 4 3 4 

500 " 3444444555 

Priv. J.- Southerland, Co. A, .200 " 3454444445 

500 " 2455544554 

Priv. C. A. Evans, Jr., Co. A, .200 " 4 4 4 3 4 4 4 4 4 5 

500 " 4344454554 

Priv. Geo. Durward, Co. A, . .200 " 4 5 4 5 4 4 4 5 4 4 

500 " 4044545244 

— 79 
Sergt. E. E. Morrison, Co. A, .200 " 4 4 3 4 4 4 5 4 5 4 

500 " 4434543235 

— 78 
Priv. J. H. Keough, Co. A, . .200 " 4 4 5 4 5 4 5 5 4 5 

500" 3455445335 



Corp. Roger Howard, Co. A, .200 " 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 5 5 4 

500 " 4443344455 



87 



90 
83 
84 

82 



83 



— 86 
1,251 



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157 



Eighth Regiment Infantry. 
Priv. M. P. Alderman, Co. G, 



Sergt. A. Gray, Co. E, . 



200 yards, 4 


5 


4 


5 


4 


4 


2 


4 


5 


5 




500 


5 


5 


5 


3 





4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


82 


200 


4 


4 


5 


3 


4 


4 


5 


4 


5 


4 


0£i 


500 


" 4 


4 


3 


4 


3 


4 


5 


5 


5 


4 


83 


200 


3 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 




500 








2 


5 


4 


4 


3 


3 


5 


4 


71 


200 


< 4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 




500 


* 4 


4 


3 


4 


4 


3 


5 


4 


4 


4 


81 


200 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 




500 


< 4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


2 


5 


4 


4 


4 


81 


200 


" 4 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 




500 


1 4 


3 


2 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 


75 


200 


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5 


4 


4 


5 


3 


4 


4 


5 


4 


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5 


4 


5 


5 


4 


3 


4 


4 


5 


5 


Rfi 


200 


3 


4 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


OD 


500 


3 


4 


4 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


81 


200 


* 4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 




500 


3 


4 


5 


3 


4 


3 


5 


4 


4 


4 


so 


200 


■ 4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


ou 


500 


4 


3 


3 


4 


4 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


83 


200 


" 2 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


5 


4 




500 


4 4 


4 


3 


4 


4 


5 


5 


3 


5 


5 


83 


200 


" 4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 




500 


■ 4 


4 


4 


3 


5 


5 


5 


4 


5 


3 


84 


200 « 


4 


5 


5 


5 


4 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 




500 


• 4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


2 


5 


4 


4 


5 


QE 


200 


1 5 


4 


4 


5 


4 


4 


2 


5 


4 


4 


oO 


500 


1 4 


3 


3 


3 


5 


5 


5 


4 


5 


3 


81 


200 


1 5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


5 


4 


5 


4 




500 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


5 


91 



Priv. Geo. F. Draper, Co. K, 



Mus. C. H. Walker, Co. K, 



Sergt. E. Hammond, Co. K, 



Sergt. E. Flye, Co. K, . 



Capt. F. C. Damon, Co. K, . 



Sergt. M. S. Higgins, Co. B, 



Capt. Freeman Murray, Co. D, 



Sergt. J. Publicover, Co. G, 



Priv. W. T. Abbott, Co. I, 



Corp'l G. W. Langdon, Co. A, 



Sergt. F. G. Harden, Co. I, 



Sergt. W. A. Baker, Co. I, 



Lieut. C. T. Hilliker, Co. D, 



1,227 

Second Regiment Infantry, 1,222 

Fifth Regiment Infantry, 1,211 

First Regiment Infantry, 1,211 

Second Corps Cadets, 1,205 

Naval Brigade, 1,181 

First Corps Cadets, 1,175 

Ninth Regiment Infantry, , 1,164 



158 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



II. The Cavalry competition for teams of ten, firing fifteen 
shots at 200 yards, took place at Walnut Hill, September 2, and 
was won by the team of Troop F. 







Troop 


F. 






















Sergt. Scribner, . 


. 3 


4 3 


4 


5 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3—57 


Sergt. Piggott, . 


. 4 


3 4 


3 


4 


4 


5 


3 


4 


4 


4 


5 


3 


5 


5—60 


Sergt. Keyes, .^ 


. 4 


4 4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4 


4— GO 


Priv. Chandler, . 


. 2 


4 5 


2 


3 


4 


4 


4 


4 


3 


5 


3 


5 


3 


4—55 


Capt. Shaw, 


. 4 


5 4 


3 


4 


4 


3 


4 


4 


5 


3 


4 


4 


4 


3—58 


Priv. Carll, 


. 3 


4 4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


3—62 


Corp'l Monahan, 


. 4 


4 4 


4 


5 


4 


5 


4 


3 


5 


5 


4 


4 


4 


4—63 


Priv. Parkhurst, 


. 5 


4 4 


4 


3 


5 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


3 


4 


4 


4—61 


Corp'l Pratt, 


. 4 


3 4 


4 


3 


4 





3 


3 


3 


4 


3 


3 


4 


4—49 


Priv. Ward, 


. 5 


4 2 


4 


4 


4 


2 


4 


4 





5 


3 


3 


3 


3-50 
575 































































The State Team. 

The fifteen competitors making the highest aggregate scores 
were as follows : — 

Corp'l W. W. Cooke, Co. I, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 91 

Lieut C. T. Hilliker, Co. D, Eighth Regiment Infantry 91 

Sergt. E. E. Baudoin, Co. E, First Regiment Infantry, 90 

Sergt. F. E. Gray, Co. A, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 90 

Sergt. G. P. Cooley, Co. B, First Regiment Infantry, 90 

Sergt. H. J. Smith, Co. B, Second Regiment Infantry 90 

Bug. P. S. Killam, Co. A, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 90 

Bug. A. E. Harlow, Co. I, First Regiment Infantry, 89 

Priv. W. G. Hussey, Co. C, Second Corps Cadets, 88 

Sergt. Maj.V. C. Pond, First Corps Cadets, 88 

Priv. J. P. Reardon, Co. F, Ninth Regiment Infantry, 88 

Priv. R M. Neidel, Co. G, Second Regiment Infantry, 88 

Priv. J. D. Upton, Co. D, First Corps Cadets 87 

Sergt. W. S. Ripley, Jr., Signal Corps, First Brigade 87 

Sergt. F. E. Fischer, Co. E, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 87 

Individual prizes (medals) were won as follows : — 

First Prize, Sergt. Geo. P. Cooley, Co. B, First Regiment Infantry, . . .90 

Second Prize, Sergt. H. J. Smith, Co. B, Second Regiment Infantry, . . .90 

Third Prize, Sergt. Maj. V. C. Pond, First Corps Cadets 88 

Fourth Prize, Priv. R. M. Neidel, Co. G, Second Regiment Infantry, . . .88 

Fifth Prize, Priv. J. D. Upton, Co. D, First Corps Cadets, 87 

Sixth Prize, Sergt. W. S. Ripley, Jr , Signal Corps, First Brigade, . . .87 

Seventh Prize, Sergt. F. E. Fischer, Co. E, Sixth Regiment Infantry, . . .87 

Eighth Prize, Capt. J. H. Joubert, Co. F, Ninth Regiment Infantry, . . .87 

Ninth Prize, Seaman O. H. Buckholz, Co. H, Naval Brigade, . . . .87 

Tenth Prize, Priv. S. B. Smith, Co. G, Fifth Regiment Infantry, . . . .87 

Eleventh Prize, Capt. F. C. Damon, Co. K, Eighth Regiment Infantry, . . 86 

Twelfth Prize, Sergt. A. T. Tornrose, Co. C, First Regiment Infantry, . . 86 

Thirteenth Prize, Priv. W. B. Jackson, Co. F, Fifth Regiment Infantry, . . 85 

Fourteenth Prize, Seaman A. J. Perkins, Co. H, Naval Brigade, . . . .85 

Fifteenth Prize, Lieut. John Breen, I. R. P., Ninth Regiment Infantry, . . 85 



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159 



III. The Sixth Eegiment Infantry, by virtue of its team 
making the highest score, is entitled to carry the tri-color on its 
colors during the year 1896. 

IV. The prizes offered for best standing October 31, in accord- 
ance with G. O. No. 2, C. S., were awarded as follows : — 



First Prize, 
Second Prize, 
Third Prize, 



Co. F, Naval Brigade. 

Co. G, Eighth Regiment Infantry. 

Co. H, Naval Brigade. 



First State Revolver Competition, held at the South Armory, Bos- 
ton, March 12 and 13, 1895. 



Rank. 



Name. 



Organization. 



Shots. Hits. Score 



Col. George F. Hall, . 

P. M. Sgt. Geo. R. Russell, 
Lieut. C. P. Nutter, . 

«• C. W. Facey, . 

" Sumner Paine, . 
Corp'l J. J. Monahan, 
Lieut. J. A. Frye, 
Capt. E. H. Shaw, 
Lieut. J. Bordman, Jr., 

" ' H. N. Sweet, . 
Capt. J. A.. Scott, 
Lieut. E. P. Dodd, . 

" C. E. Hamilton, 
Maj. F. H. Briggs, 
Lieut. W H. Merritt, . 
Sgt. C. F. Scribner, . 
Lieut. Col. E. J. Forster, 
Lieut. Com. W. M. Paul, 
Lieut. A. R. Leighton, 

" C. F. Nostrom, 
Apoth. W. M. Russell, 
Capt. J. P. Nowell, . 
Lieut. (J. O.) E. J. Jones, 



Inspector General of Rifle 
Practice 

First Reg't Infantry, 

Co. C, First Reg't Infantry, 

Co. B, Fifth Reg't Infantry, 

Co. A, First Reg't Infantry, 

Troop F, Cavalry, . 

Staff, First Reg't Infantry, 

Troop F, Cavalry, . 

Co. A, First Reg't Infantry, 

Staff, Naval Brigade, 

Co. C, Fifth Reg't Infantry, 

Staff, Naval Brigade, 

Co. F, Fifth Reg't Infantry, 

Staff, First Brigade, . 

I. R. P., Second Corps Cadets 

Troop F, Cavalry, . 

Staff, First Brigade, . 

Naval Brigade, . 

Troop F, Cavalry, . 

Co. C, First Reg't Infantry, 

Naval Brigade, . 

Co. A, First Reg't Infantry, 

Naval Brigade, . 



30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

18 

30 



30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

30 

150 

30 

25 

26 

23 

25 

21 

22 

18 

15 

17 

17 



133 

132 

131 

118 

113 

113 

113 

108 

96 

96 

88 

85 

84 

84 

78 

68 

62 

53 

49 

47 

43 

23 

11 



160 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT, [Jan. 



ENCAMPMENTS. 



REPORTS OF COMMANDING OFFICERS. 



Headquarters Second Brigade, M. V. M., 
Boston, Aug. 1, 1895. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General State of Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to submit the following report of 
the tour of duty of this brigade at the State camp ground, South 
Framingham, July 23 to 27, 1895. 

In accordance with Par. 10, General Orders No. 5, c. s., I 
assumed command of the camp ground on Saturday, July 20. 

Detachments from the companies of the Fifth Regiment of 
Infantry arrived during the forenoon of Monday, and at 2 o'clock 
in the afternoon the annual rifle competition of this regiment took 
place. 

The First Battalion of Cavalry, Maj. H. G. Kemp commanding, 
arrived upon the field at about the middle of Monday afternoon. 
Battery A, Light Artillery, Capt. W. D. Ewing, arrived at 6 
o'clock of the same day, both organizations marching from Boston. 
Eleven companies of the Fifth Regiment of Infantry and nine 
companies of the Eighth Regiment of Infantry came into camp 
during the evening, so that at tattoo on Monday more than two- 
thirds of the brigade were in quarters on the field. The other 
organizations of the brigade, together with the detachment of the 
Ambulance Corps, reported promptly in accordance with orders. 

The weather during the entire week was excellent, neither heat 
nor rain interfering in the least degree with the duties or comfort 
of the troops. 

The health of the command was excellent ; only a very small 
percentage was excused from duty at any time, and but few cases 
were admitted to the hospitals during the entire encampment. 

Improvement was shown over previous years in guard duty, 
military courtesy, discipline, deportment, and also in arrange- 
ment of inside of tents, much that has been superfluous in former 
years having been eliminated. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 161 

Sanitary condition of camp was excellent. The absence of the 
large number of visitors that has usually been in camp on 
Wednesday and Thursday made it very easy to keep the grounds 
neat and clean. I believe the idea of restricting the public to 
Friday for visiting camp a good one. Besides the relief of extra 
policing, which is made necessary by the presence of a large num- 
ber of visitors, the troops are relieved from the exercise of that 
courtesy and entertainment which it is desirable to show to friends 
if present, and which many people expect, notwithstanding the 
fact that the opportunities which the officers and men have for 
such purpose are very limited. 

A very large number of visitors were present on Friday, but 
they were handled with ease, and cheerfully accommodated them- 
selves to the requirements of the camp, and appeared to be well 
satisfied with the opportunities afforded them. 

Promptness prevailed throughout the entire tour of duty. 
Officers and men did their full duty promptly and cheerfully. I 
congratulate the command on the very satisfactory manner in 
which the several duties were performed, as attested to by many 
visiting officers present competent to pass upon the same, and 
take pleasure in adding my appreciation of services faithfully 
rendered. 

I renew my recommendation of previous years, that the troops 
encamp for six days' duty, instead of five, as now provided. 

I also recommend that allowance be made for regimental rifle 
competition, so that the same shall not be required to take place 
at camp. 

I have the honor to be, 
Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Benj. F. Peach, Jr., 

Brigadier General. 



HEADQUARTER8 FlRST BRIGADE, M. V. M., 

Boston, June 28, 1895. 
Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General State of Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to submit the following report of 
the encampment of the First Brigade at Framingham, June 4 to 
8, 1895. 

Pursuant to General Orders No. 5, c. s., A. G. O., I assumed 
command of the State camp grounds on Saturday, June 1, at 12 
o'clock noon. 

The First Battalion Light Artillery and Troop F, Cavalry, 
marched over the road, performing their one day's duty required 



162 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

of them as annual drill on Monday, June 3, Battery B marching 
from Worcester, Battery C from Lawrence and Troop F from 
Chelmsford, and prepared to bivouac at South Lincoln. On Mon- 
day afternoon, at your suggestion, Major Duchesney directed 
Troop F, Cavalry, to continue their march to South Framingham, 
and consequently they arrived in camp at about 8 o'clock p.m. on 
Monday. 

Major Duchesney bivouacked with his battalion at South Lincoln, 
arriving in camp on the morning of Tuesday. 

The three infantry regiments, the Signal and Ambulance Corps 
nearly all arrived in camp on Monday evening, and were ready 
to take up the regular routine of duty early Tuesday morning. 

Guard was established at 8.30 o'clock p.m. on Monday, Com- 
pany E, Sixth Regiment of Infantry, performing the camp guard 
duty, with Captain Valentine as officer of the day. 

The weather on Tuesday, June 4, was heavy, and very little 
regular work was performed aside from guard mounting and gen- 
eral camp duties. On Wednesday the weather was more favorable 
for work, and every organization was employed to the best pos- 
sible advantage. 

In addition to the regular work, the rifle matches were shot in 
the morning by the Second and Sixth regiments. 

At about 2.30 o'clock p.m. Colonel Parsons, commanding Sixth 
Regiment of Infantr} 7 , marched out, with his command, for practice 
in street and field work. The regiment, upon arriving at Brush 
Hill in Sherborn, immediately laid out their camp, built fires and 
cooked a ration, and performed other general camp duties, return- 
ing to the main camp late in the evening. 

I take great pleasure in reporting that Maj. Gen. Nelson A. 
Miles, of the Regular Army, reviewed the brigade on the morning 
of this date, and I feel justified in saying that his prssence in 
camp was greatly appreciated, and I also take pride in saying that 
I feel that the troops acquitted themselves creditably to the State. 

On Thursday the First Regiment shot their rifle matches in 
addition to their regular work. Individual rifle practice was well 
conducted during the camp. 

Thursday morning the Second Regiment of Infantry, and in 
the afternoon the First Regiment of Infantry, used the field and 
hill adjoining the arsenal for general instructions in outpost duty, 
extended order drill, as well as pitching shelter tents and prepar- 
ing their meals on the march, which was sufficient to give every 
man general ideas that would be of value in case of an emergency 
call for troops. The outpost work was more satisfactory than 
formerly, and shelter tents were used to good advantage. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 163 

I heartily commend the troops for the disposition to make the 
best possible use of their time in camp. They manifested a deter- 
mination to profit by every means that would be of advantage to 
them and the State should they be needed for more active duty. 

I have to express my appreciation and that of the entire com- 
mand to the Commander-in-Chief for the pains he took to inform 
himself of the true condition of the brigade. I am sure that the 
command was encouraged by his extra time in camp, although 
short. 

I also wish to express my obligations to the inspector's depart- 
ment, and to Lieutenant Colonel Miller of the United States Army, 
for the interest they manifested and suggestions made. 
I am, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

B. F. Bridges, 

Brigadier General. 



Headquarters First Corps of Cadets, M. V. M., 
Boston, July 22, 1895. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General oj Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to report that my command went 
into camp on Saturday afternoon, July 13, and remained until 
Saturday, July 20. The duty of the 13th and 14th was performed 
by my order. Monday, the loth, was the day of annual drill. 
The 16th to the 20th made the five days of camp duty according 
to law. 

Since the encampment of last year the corps has purchased 
twelve acres of ground adjoining its previous purchase on the hill 
in rear of the camp, thus improving the backing of the rifle range, 
and giving more space for extended order drill. No material 
change has been made on the camp ground proper nor in the 
buildings thereon since last camp, because the land purchase 
absorbed all the money the corps could spare. 

A gift of $2,500 for grading the camp ground proper was re- 
ceived while the corps was in camp, and will be used for that 
purpose in the next two months. 

A revised edition of standing orders, copy of which is forwarded 
herewith, has been issued to the corps, and was an important 
factor in the conduct of the camp. 

During the past year theoretical instruction has been given 
orally to meetings of officers and non-commissioned officers, and 
three papers have been read, — one by Capt. Andrew Robeson on 
extended order at one of these meetings, and two by the com- 
manding officer at meetings of the corps. 



nil ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan, 

The completion of the head house of the new armory has been 
of great benefit to the corps in many ways. 

Recruit drills have been established under oharge of lieutenants, 
assisted by a detail of con-commissioned officers, each detail per- 
forming this special duty during four months. No recruits have 
been allowed to drill with their companies until officially pro- 
nounced competent l»y the officer in oharge. As ■ oonseqnenoe, 
the COmpaniet not hindered in their drills while in camp liv 

the presence of uninstructed recmitB, and the effect upon company 
and battalion drill was salutary. 

In accordance with General < )rder No. 8, A. I k I >., c. 8., details 
of company bearers for litter drill were made ; bat it was impos- 
sible to hold these drills without Interfering with more important 

duty. In my opinion, the instruction, besides tx ring irksome to 

the men, was of doubtful utility; while the brassards ordered to DC 
worn on the men's arms, broad scarlet bands, are not only un- 
sightly, but I respectfully submit thai in active service they would 
make the men conspicuous to the enemy, in violation of c<»n 
military principle. I therefore Consider it my duty to make a 

respectful protest against the scarlet bands. I also believe that 

the instruction contemplated in General Order can be better 

imparted in the armory during the winter than in camp, where tin- 
men have already to do all that can reasonably D€ 1 Of them. 
The presence of Maj. Gfon. Samuel DaltOfl as inspector general, 

and of Lieut. Col. Marcus P. Miller. First United Artillery, 

detailed by order of the War Department to observe tin- camp, not 

only gave the corps great pleasure, but added to the success of the 

tour by reason of valuable information that these accomplished 
Officers were ever ready to impart. 

His Excellency the Governor and Commander-in-Chief came to 

camp on the afternoon of July 16, spent the night, and roview. -d 
the corps at 9.30 o'clock on the morning of the 17th, after which 
he departed. His visit, and the considerate attention he showed 
in passing a eight with it, gave the corps much gratification. 

His Honor the Lieutenant Governor visited the camp on the 
afternoon of July 19. 

On the 17th the surgeon general made an official inspection of 
the camp, and passed the night with us. We were also favored 
with a visit from Brigadier General Sternberg, surgeon general of 
the United States Army. 

On the 18th Col. O. H. Ernst, superintendent of the United 
States Military Academy, visited the camp. 

The entire tour was the most successful duty I have ever seen 
the corps perform. 



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165 



A table of attendance, showing the largest number the corps 
ever had present, is appended. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Thomas F. Edmands, 

Lieutenant Colonel Commanding, 



Record of Attendance in Camp at Hingham, July 13 to 20, 1895. 





Present. 


A 


BSENT. 




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bfl 

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1895 


duty. 


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LEAVE . 


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and 

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221 


- 


- 


241 


- 


11 


- 


15 


26 


20 


247 


267 


90.26 


14, 


. 20 


222 


- 


- 


242 


- 


11 


- 


13 


24 


20 


246 


266 


90.98 


15, 


. 20 


221 


- 


1 


242 


- 


12 


- 


12 


24 


20 


246 


266 


90.98 


16, 


. 20 


222 


- 


- 


242 


- 


12 


- 


12 


24 


20 


246 


266 


90.98 


17, 


. 20 


225 


- 


- 


245 


- 


12 


- 


9 


21 


20 


246 


266 


92.11 


18, 


. 20 


225 


- 


- 


245 


- 


12 


- 


9 


21 


20 


246 


266 


92.11 


19, 


. 20 


226 


- 


- 


246 


- 


12 


- 


8 


20 


20 


246 


266 


92.48 


20, 


. 20 


226 


- 


- 


246 


- 


12 


- 


8 


20 


20 


246 


266 


92.48 



A band of twenty-four pieces enrolled but not mustered is not 

included above. 

Thomas F. Edmands, 

Lieutenant Colonel Commanding 

First Corps Cadets, M. V. M. 



Headquarters Second Corps Cadets, M. V. M., 
Salem, Aug. 12, 1895. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General of Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to make the following report of 
the annual drill and encampment of this command for the year 
1895. 

The command left Salem by special train at 9 a.m., Monday, 
August 5, for Centennial Grove, Essex, where it went into camp 
and remained until the afternoon of Saturday, August 10, when it 
returned by special train to Salem. 

The annual drill took place on Monday. Guard mounting fol- 
lowed immediately upon arrival in camp, and the regular routine 
of duty was entered upon at once. 



166 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

His Excellency the Governor and Commander-in-Chief visited 
the camp and reviewed the corps on Friday, the 9th inst. 

The weather throughout the week was pleasant, except for slight 
showers which did not interfere with camp routine. 

Company team competition did not take place, owing to inade- 
quate range facilities. 

Discipline and military courtesy were good, and careful atten- 
tion was given to the care of quarters. 

The health of the command was excellent. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, inspector general of Massachusetts, 
and Lieut. Col. Marcus P. Miller, First United States Artillery, 
accompanied the corps from its armory and remained with it 
during the tour of duty ; their presence was again a great pleasure 
to the corps. 

The attendance, of which a table is appended, showed a good 
percentage present for duty. 

I am, very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

Samuel A. Johnson, 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding. 

Statement of Attendance in Camp at Essex, Mass., Aug. 5 to 10, 

1895. 



Present. 



Officers. 



Enlisted 
Men. 



Band. 



Total. 



August 5, 
6, 
7, 
8, 
9, 
10, 



149 
150 
151 
153 
151 
154 



24 
24 
24 
24 
24 
24 



190 
191 
192 
194 
192 
195 



Samuel A. Johnson, 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 167 



ANNUAL DRILLS. 



REPORTS OF COMMANDING OFFICERS. 



Headquarters Fifth Regiment of Infantry, 
Second Brigade, M. V. M., 

Boston, Nov. 25, 1895. 
Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton. 

Adjutant General : — I have the honor, in accordance with in- 
structions from the office of the Adjutant General, to submit the 
following report of the annual drill of the Fifth Regiment at New- 
ton, on October 10 of the current year. 

The regiment, with the exception of companies B, C, F and M, 
embarked at the Boston & Albany Railroad station, the train leav- 
ing at the hour previously set, and reached Pine Grove station 
of the Falls branch of the Boston & Albany Railroad at Newton 
in ample season to begin the day's duty at 10 o'clock, the hour 
ordered. The plan of duty was that of manoeuvres between two 
opposing detachments of the regiment, the largest detachment, 
consisting of the Second and Third battalions, under command 
of Lieutenant Colonel Whitney, the other detachment, consisting 
of the First Battalion, under command of its commander, Major 
Benyon. 

The separate detachments left the train in good order, and Major 
Benyon immediately took up a position in the territory which had 
previously been engaged for the purpose of the manoeuvres. His 
position occupied the slope of a wooded hill through which ran a 
road. The conception of the manoeuvres was, that after Major 
Benyon's battalion had got into position the position should be 
inspected by the commanding officer, and criticised ; that then 
Colonel Whitney's detachment should take up a position to attack 
Major Benyon's, and after it had been posted its position in turn 
should be inspected by the commanding officer. 

This programme was carried out ; Major Benyon's position was 
favorably commented upon, as was also Colonel Whitney's when it 
was finally made, although an error was made by the commander 



Ifi8 ai».ii l \\ I GENERAL'S REPORT. [J 

of the - m, in gi ofa was bar 

Af: !i tlnh. ispecU 

was in- nd wh 

again Thit m< 18 followed by a corresponl- 

I \\ Itoey, whoe* 

again looped it, in i. a 

third position ":ih | and a 

third alto by < Whitney's. Hlank cartridges were used dor- 

ing • the th us. 

Dt was sss< 

tsntisi rat 
ton nt was morel 

it >v:is 

member h «.f tin- nt 

ooo c losioo of toe review t sifth th< 

it was • 
vaa carried out without acei 
the troops was i U'Ht, and was « nded I 

-l>li- of Newton. I i .' <■ was not satisfactory in m 

of the oompooies, I the office of 

1 has a] l>een apprised, as I am aware from n c< 

A I ' oobservni the day's O) 

. and to whoa I ana his courteous 

formonoc of toe duty assigned him. 

I beg to state that in n lee of I irsc- 

of much \ to both ofBosfi aod men, i are 

UigenH] 

I h:i\« the honor to rv respectfully, 

W M. A. I FT, 

(Mensi 

11. OND Kf.OIMF.N7 T, 

KIOADE, M. V. M., 

d, Oct. 9, 1800. 
Mi Samuki. Daltow, Atlju 

Bat: — I bare the honor to submit the following of the 

annual drill of this command. 

Tin- regiment, in light marching order, assembled here on the 
7th Lost., at 9 o'clock a.m., with the i tion of Company M. 
which arrired ei nd imi ly marched to u Hermit's 

vc," on the im river from this city. 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 169 

The forenoon was spent in extended order work, company and 
battalion, and in outpost dot 

After lunch the following instructions were given to battalion 
commanders : Major Southmayd, with the First Battalion, to 

blish outposts to protect the main body ; Major Whipple, t 
the Second Battalion, to represent the main body ; Major Fair- 
banks, with the Third Battalion, to move across the field a mile 
away to represent the enemy, establish outposts and operate 
against Major Southmayd. 

The plan was to have Major Fairbanks attack Major South- 
mayd's outposts, which were posted in a strong position, drive 
them back, and attempt to hold the position he had gained. The 
object was to teach outpost duty, attack and defenc 

The field occupied by the contending forces may be described 
as two large meadows connected by a neck or narrow tract of 
land, flanked on one side by a branch of the Agawam River and 
on the other by an old water course which was nearly impassable 
except at one or two points. The water courses were fringed 
with trees and bushes. Extending across the neck or narrow 
tract of land there was a natural depression, which formed a good 
rifle pit and made the position an easy one to hold against a supe- 
rior for 

The play opened with a spirited attack on Southmayd's out- 
posts, which were re-enforced, but were forced back upon their 
supports and finally upon their reserve. 

irbanks now had possession of the neck and rifle pit, which 
were the objects of his attack. 

Southmayd saw that an attack from the front on the enemy's 
position would be useless, and determined to simply keep him 
engaged in front while a flank movement was made. An old 
scow had been discovered, and an attempt was made by Major 
Whipple to take two companies across the river in it to attack 
Fairbanks on his right flank, but in crossing the river with the 
first load the old boat leaked so badly it nearly filled with water, 
and the movement was given up. 

Captain Pierce was then sent with another force through the 
old water course on Fairbanks' left. This movement was succ 
ful and a surprise to Fairbanks, whose first knowledge of it was 
when fire was opened on his left flank ; he quickly refused his left, 
but Southmayd's advance in front at the same time compelled him 
to withdraw from the position. 

The work was crude in many respects, and showed the need of 
study and practice along these lines ; but it was of real prof 
officers and men, and will result in much good. Every effort was 



170 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

directed to this end, rather than to spectacular effect. The affair 
■was at times quite spirited, and the attempt to convey a flanking 
party across the river in a sinking boat added spice to it, as well 
as the flavor of real campaigning. 

A large concourse of people witnessed regimental parade and 
the passage in review under the non-commissioned officers. 

After muster the regiment was formed around the flag staff, and 
the beautiful- and impressive ceremony of lowering " Old Glory," 
while the band played "The Star Spangled Banner" and the men 
stood with uncovered heads, was observed. 

I am, very respectfully, 

Your obedient servant, 

Embury P. Clark, 

Colonel. 



Headquarters Sixth Regiment of Infantry, 
First Brigade, M. V. M., 

M vRLRORoioii, Oct. 30, 1895. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant Qtneral of Massachusetts. 

Sir: — In accordance with General Order No. 10, A. G. O., I 
have the honor to submit the following report of the annual fall 
drill of the command at Milford, Oct. 2, 1895. 

In compliance with General Order No. 10, headquarters Sixth 
Infantry, the command reported in fatigue uniform, campaign 
hats, overcoats, leggings, haversacks and canteens ; the enlisted 
men carried overcoats in collar roll, the line officers in short roll 
and suspended from shoulder, mounted officers in roll and strapped 
to cantle of saddle. 

Lieutenant Colonel Woodward, Major Tajior and companies A 
and H arrived in Boston in time to take the 8.30 train, Boston & 
Albany Railroad, for South Framingham ; Major Darling, Adju- 
tant Soutter and Company L embarked on same train ; Assistant 
Surgeon Porter and companies C and G left Lowell on the 8.40 
train, New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad, for South 
Framingham ; Captain Carr having made arrangements for the 
transportation of the Gatling gun, Company I joined the Lowell 
detachment at Concord Junction ; Surgeon Rice, companies B and 
D and drum corps left Fitchburg at 8.20, on the New York, New 
Haven & Hartford Railroad, for South Framingham, and were 
joined at South Marlborough by the regimental commander, head- 
quarter attaches, Company F and band ; Lieutenant Jones, I. R. 
P., companies E and A and detachment of Signal Corps, reported 
at South Framingham. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 171 

At 9.30 a.m. these officers and companies took a special train on 
the Boston & Albany Railroad for Milford. The troops were dis- 
embarked about a mile and one-half north of Milford, where an 
ambulance and horses for officers and Gatling gun were in waiting. 

Major Chaffin and Company If left Southbridge at 7 a.m., on the 
New York & New England Railroad, for Milford, where they were 
joined by Company M. 

Assistant Surgeon Porter, Lieutenant Jones, I. R. P., and com- 
panies E and F were sent to join the defending forces under Major 
Chaffin. Lieutenant Colonel Woodward was directed to exercise 
a careful supervision over and to make a detailed report of the 
defensive movements. 

These forces were ordered to defend the approaches to the town 
against the force of eight companies under the regimental com- 
mander. Blank ammunition had been distributed to the attacking 
forces on the train, and forwarded to the defending troops in 
Milford. 

The attacking force was formed in two battalions, under Majors 
Taylor and Darling, and advanced toward Charles River. Previ- 
ous to this, two companies, A and C, accompanied by Adjutant 
Soutter, were ordered to the left as a flanking force, to hold the 
bridge over the Charles River on the main road. On their arrival 
there it was found that the opposing force was in a strong position 
covering the approaches to the bridge, and a sharp engagement 
followed. Hearing such heavy firing on the left, the commander 
reinforced the flanking forces b}? sending Company B to their 
assistance. This movement resulted in the capture of part of the 
defending forces. 

The flanking movement having proved successful, Majors Taylor 
and Darling were ordered to advance their battalions in extended 
order to the river, where they took position under cover of such 
protection as was available. The Gatling gun was brought into 
position, well protected by high grounds in front, and command- 
ing the approaches to the river, and the officer in command was 
ordered to open fire. The regimental commander was then for the 
first time informed by the officer in charge of the gun that the fir- 
ing pins had been left in Lowell. This negligence on the part of 
the officer in charge of the gun, rendering it useless, received a 
reprimand. 

On discovering that the Gatling gun was unserviceable, the 
bridging of the river was delayed, and a heavy musketry fire 
opened upon the force defending the only available place of cross- 
ing. The flanking force, that succeeded in taking the bridge on 
the main road, turning the right of the defence and capturing a 



ADJUTANT GrENEB LI/S EtEPORT. [Jan, 

its force, waa signall advana 

holding the approach to the river; this they did, again turning the 
right of the def< spelling them to fall l it was 

noa loable to bridge the rii 

from ( ompany L itrip ad tdbk som.- large timbers fi 1 

ol<l lot -Ik- 8 iinil II \ en his 01 

and iii the ;e was 1 

and tfa '• The passage 

a 1 i in* irai frith tin- nankin and a g 

aoe u:i- I • that ti 

Kng force bad 1 ■ 

two inies wi l and two to the left, wh 

enabled them to bring an end on the defence- who, lad- 

ing I pr< sb«'»1 in fi it off f 

played a white flag and 

i mbly was sounded, the rr^im. 

onion, t was • anna at 

and r them. H 

men li:i«l din: -wn of 

i ir. W 

was Bounded, n _ im« -nta! line formed, and marched t<> Congreai 
I • rill was exemplified in square I 

trding >mpaay I was alk 

as - i the buUdingi on I 

aft formation soi I was 

formed in column of compani< * linjz pun I t, sup- 

ported by a platoon |» flank. On 

one platoon turn* and otn 

'rii. next company advanoi d and | same 

movement, which wi i by the other oompi 

The march was then continued to tin I . when 

mental paradi teld in tin- pn I large nuinber of sp 

Th< >nt was then formed in column of oomp< 

mustered for paj r which n atal line was immediate 

formed ; line of march iken for the d the prin- 

cip: to, and a marching - en to t ctmen of the 

town. On reaching the railroad station, the tax mickly 

and in a irderly way embarked, and started for home at 

.")..")(> P.M. 

ntfl occurred to mar the success of this tour of duty. 
The weather was all that could be desired, and the ground was 
favorable for the execution of the plan of tin day'fl duty. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 173 

The regimental commander is of the opinion that it : ntial 

that all officers be instructed in field and street movements. None 
can tell how soon the militia may be called out to defend life and 
property from an unthinking and riotous mob. This possibility 
makes an intelligent study of the management of troops in the 
street a matter of increasing importaL 

The discipline of the entire command was excellent, and there 
was earnest and persistent effort on the part of both officers and 
men to make the tour of duty a voceem. Thanks are dae to the 
town authorities of Milford for the generous courtesies tendered 
on this occasion. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servar. 

Henry Pa 

xnding. 



HEADQrABTEBS XlXTH ReGIMEXT I.VPAXTET, 

M , 

Bostox, Nor. 2, 1893. 
Ma Dalton. Adjular il. 

: — Il -ance with General Order No. 10. c. s .. A. G. 

dated e Ninth Regiment Infantry performed its 

annual drill at Lawrence, September 17. 

Pursuant to General Order from these headquarters, dated 

he companies of the regiment were ordered to 
report in fatigue uniform, with campaign hats, overcoats rolled 
in yokes and without mess kits, some of which were to report at 
armor wton Street, at 7.45 am. Line was formed at 

8.10, with companies A. B. C. E. H and I, band and drum corps 
and field and staff, marching direct to the Union - , arriving 

at about 9 o'clock; companies D. G. K and L reporting at the 
station ; companies F and M, under command of Major Donovan, 
reporting at Lawrer 

The train ve passenger cars, one for each com- 

pany, one for band and drum corps, one for headquarters, one 
baggage car and one car for the horses ; some little delay in 
starting was caused by the railroad officials. 

Arriving in South Lawrence at an overhead bridge, known as 
White Pup's bridge, about a mile and a half or two miles west of 
ith Lawr nation, the regiment disembarked; Lieutenant 

Breen. I. R. P.. and Paymaster Dobbins were assigned for duty 
with the First Battalion, Surgeon Devine and Chaplain Lee with 
the Second, Quartermaster Nugent with the Third, Lieutenant 
lonel Logan and Adjutant Kelley being detailed to assist the 
colonel commanding. 



174 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

The First Battalion, comprising companies A, B, E and H, 
under command of Major Grady, was ordered to form battle for- 
mation at a distance of about one thousand yards from a bridge 
which crosses the Merrimac River, known as Merrimac Street 
bridge, and which he was ordered to defend against an attack. 

The Second Battalion, comprising companies F, G, K and M, 
commanded by Maj W. H. Donovan, and the Third Battalion, 
companies D, C, I and L, under Maj. M. J. O'Connor, were 
ordered to form for attack, all of which was accomplished expe- 
ditiously. Blank cartridges were then distributed, and upon order 
of regimental commander the attack was commenced. 

Deploying two companies as a firing line and holding the remain- 
ing two in reserve, the commander of the First Battalion awaited 
the attack. 

The skirmishers of the attacking force were soon heard directly 
in front of the scouts belonging to the First Battalion ; a brisk 
exchange of shots was had with the enemy, who were almost 
invisible because of the thick growth of underbrush, behind 
which the Second and Third battalions had established their 
line of attack. Following these hostilities, the scouts of the 
First Battalion were driven back, and a stand was then taken 
which was soon relinquished. Retreating to the rear, the firing 
line on reaching the line of reserves halted, and the commander of 
the First Battalion made a successful stand, which was held for 
some time ; it was but a temporary advantage, however, for the 
attacking party at once strengthened its firing line by bringing up 
the reserve, and a concentrated attack upon the First Battalion 
resulted in its retreating to a park known as Union Park, where a 
brief stand was taken. 

The manner in which one or both flanks of an enemy's line can 
be turned was here very nicely exemplified by the Second and 
Third battalions, who made an unexpected attack and charge on 
both flanks and slightly in rear of the First Battalion ; and, upon 
attempting to retreat, the First Battalion found the territory in 
their rear occupied by part of the attacking force, and surrender 
was inevitable. 

The ground selected for the manoeuvres was admirably adapted 
for the purpose, being thickly wooded and covered with under- 
brush and large rocks ; the ground having many irregularities and 
small hills, and not being occupied by buildings, it gave proper 
shelter to the men acting as scouts. 

The citizens of Lawrence turned out in large numbers, and were 
pleased and interested spectators of the proceedings, but inter- 
fered greatly with the regiment in its work. 



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After the battle the regiment? marched about one and a half 
miles to a large field, upon which was erected a marquee, and 
there enjoyed a substantial dinner provided by the citizens of 
Lawrence, for which we return our sincere thanks. 

Dinner over, at 2.30 p.m. the regiment started for North Law- 
rence, where it arrived at 3 p.m., and reported to the chief marshal 
of the parade in which the regiment took part, the parade being 
for the purpose of commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the 
incorporation of the city. 

The regiment was dismissed from the parade at 5 p.m. All 
along the line of march the regiment received a perfect ovation 
for its discipline, steadiness and soldierly appearance. Embark- 
ing for Boston at 5.15, we were delayed some time awaiting the 
arrival of a train which was to proceed to Boston ahead of ours. 
We arrived in Boston at 7.35 p.m. 

Companies D, K, L and G were dismissed at the Union station, 
and the remaining companies marched to the East Armory, where 
they were dismissed. 

The service furnished by the Boston & Maine Ralroad was 
entirely unsatisfactory ; unnecessary delay at North Lawrence, no 
drinking water in the cars, and nobody to direct where the horses 
were to be loaded at Lawrence, made matters somewhat unpleasant. 

I am indebted to Lieutenant Sprague, Second Brigade Signal 
Corps, for the hearty co-operation and assistance of his command 
during the manoeuvres of the regiment. 

Colonel King of His Excellency's staff accompanied the regi- 
ment on this tour of duty, and I am deeply grateful to him for 
his many valuable suggestions. 

I had also the pleasure of the company of Maj. Perlie A. Dyar, 
First Regiment Infantry, M. V. M. 

I was greatly pleased with the patience and effort shown by the 
officers and men of this command, as it was a hard and tiresome 
tour of duty, and I feel perfectly satisfied with what they accom- 
plished. 

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, 
Your obedient servant, 

Fred B. Bogan, 

Colonel Ninth Regiment. 



176 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Headquarters Eighth Regiment Isfantuy, 
Second Buigade, M. V. M., 

Salem, Oct. 27, 1895. 

Mnj. (ion. S\mi rSL DALTON, Adjutant General, M, V. M, 

Sik : — I have the honor to submit the following report of duty 
performed by the Eighth Regiment at Ipswich, Oct. 25, 18 ( J">, in 
accordance with General Orders No. 10, A. G. O., c. s. 

The regiment was divided into two provisional battalions, under 
the respective commands of Major Bailey and Major Dow. The 
opposing forces were designated as Greys and Blues. The day 
was devoted to reproducing a game of Kriegsspiel previously 
played between Major Bailey and Major Dow. 

Permission was obtained from the owners to use a tract of land 
extending from Essex Falls (j m on the Essex branch of the 

Eastern Division of the Boston ^ Maine Railroad) to Brown's 
Crossing on the main line of the Eastern Division at Ipswich. 
This country extended easterly and westerly about five and one- 
halt" mih's, and ranged from one to three miles in width. As it 
approached the railroad track in Ipswich it was bounded southerly 
by Miles River and northerly by the main highway between Essex 
and Ipswich, and was at this point about one thousand yards in 
width. 

The general idea was that the city of Gloucester and the town 
of Essex, east of Essex Falls, were within the territory of the 
Blues, and that this territory extended westerly, and included the 
tract of country permission to use which had been obtained. The 
territory of the Greys consisted of the country west of the main 
branch of the Eastern Division of the Boston & Maine. The terri- 
tory lying directly north and south of the strip of ground over 
which we had permission to move was considered neutral, the 
neutrality of which both sides were directed to respect. The 
division line between the territory of the Blues and the Greys 
was along the main track of the Eastern Division. For the Greys 
to invade the territory of the Blues it was necessary for them to 
cross the main track at some point between Miles River and the 
main highway from Essex to Ipswich. 

Major Bailey was directed to mobilize his forces at some point 
west of the main line and five miles distant from the boundary line 
between the country of the Blues and the Greys. He was directed 
to advance into the country of the Blues and occupy as much of 
the country as possible. 

Major Dow was directed to proceed through Essex Falls, and 
was advised that a hostile force was advancing against his terri- 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 177 

tory from west of the main line of the Eastern Division. His in- 
structions were to oppose the Greys occupying Blue territory. Blue 
reinforcements, consisting of two battalions of infantry, were ex- 
pected to leave Gloucester (a point seven miles distant from Essex) 
at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. He was to delay the advance of the 
Greys until this reinforcement arrived, and was especially to pre- 
vent the Greys occupying the hills commanding the town of Essex, 
situated about a mile to the westward of the town. 

Major Dow was directed to move from Essex Falls at 9 o'clock. 
Major Bailey was directed to leave the point selected by him for 
mobilization at half-past 10. It was intended that the movements 
should be so timed that a collision between the main forces should 
take place in the territory permission to occupy which had been 
obtained. This permission included not only the right to use the 
land, but to throw up intrenchments and to tear down walls which 
impeded the movement of troops. Every person owning land in 
this territory was personally seen and permission obtained. It 
was understood that all damages should be paid for by the regi- 
ment. The matter of compensation was left in the hands of Quar- 
termaster Wonson. Responsible parties were employed by him at 
the close of the manoeuvres to visit the places where the troops had 
been, and make settlement for any damage done. Permission was 
also obtained by Major Bailey to use a large tract of country 
within the territory of the Greys. 

Under the direction of Maj. William R. Livermore, United 
States Engineers, a Kriegsspiel map was made of the country over 
which it was proposed to manoeuvre. A number of civil engineers 
who are connected with the regiment volunteered, under Major 
Livermore's direction, to make the necessary surveys for this pur- 
pose. After this map was completed, and upon the invitation of 
Major Livermore, Major Bailey and Major Dow, with such of 
their officers as they chose to ask, met at Major Livermore's house 
in Boston and played a game of Kriegsspiel. 

Major Bailey selected Asbury Grove as the point of mobiliza- 
tion for his command. His forces proceeded from this point 
toward the country of the Blues. A force of Blues mounted on 
bicycles, under the command of Corporal Stopford of Company E, 
harassed and delayed the march of the Greys by taking up various 
positions upon their front and flanks, and caused their advance 
guard to deploy. It was 12 o'clock before the Greys reached the 
railroad track which was the boundary between the two countries. 
Meanwhile, Major Dow had advanced his force from Essex Falls, 
and occupied a defensive position about half a mile to the east of 
the boundary line. The left of the line occupied by the Blues 



178 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

rested upon a high bluff running at right angles to the Miles River, 

known as the Fish Flakes. Their right rested upon a bill Called 
Corn Field Hill. About three hundred yards in front of the Fish 
Flakes \v:is another and smaller hill, known as Appleton Anns, 
which was occupied as an advance post. . . . 

The defence occupied the Fish Flakes with two companies and 
the Gatling pin, which was horsed. One company occupied Corn 

Pieid Hill, and the remaining company was laid i >ne- 

half mile in the rear of the centre. As tie 1 their 

attack upon the right the Galling was transferred to the Com 

Field Hill and placed in a gun pit which had been previously p 

pared. The road through which the Greys wen- advancing pasted 

over the Appleton Aims ami skirted tin- foot of the Fish Flak 

About 2 o'clock the advance gnard of the Greys came in colli- 
sion with the outposts of the Mines occupying Appleton Ar: 

The main body of the Greys were then about three-quarters of a 
mile in the rear of the ad vat ird. After reconnoitring the 

position, Major Bailey moved his main body to the north, ak 

the railroad track, and to a position opposite the extreme right of 

the Blues. His movements were entirely concealed by tie 

of the hills lying beyond the Appleton Anns. . . . His advance 

guard was used to contain the left of the Blues and his main 

was directed upon their right. Ilosl of th< ing was done on 

the right flank of the Blues. TheGrej eded in turning the 

right think and moved alone; the main road toward Fssex. The 

Greys had the advantage of a shorter line to the town of Kss> 

As soon as their right was turned, the Blues fell hack along a PC 

which intercepted the road along which the I Ivanci: 

at a point about two miles from the town of Esfl 

The bicycle corps and Gatling were first in position. It w 
foot race between the infantry to see which force would f 
occupy the ground. Both sides had bicycle corps, but they w< 
useless in this movement, as their ammunition had been exhaust' 
The Gatling took up a position on a hill about one thousand yards 
in the rear of the intersection of the roads. The high land which 
both sides were attempting to occupy was a plateau about five 
hundred yards wide. This plateau was approached simultane- 
ously from opposite sides by both forces. The Blues occupied 
the southern slope of the plateau with their right protected by the 
Gatling, about eight hundred yards distant. The Greys occupied 
the northern slope of the plateau, refusing their left to avoid 
an enfilading fire from the Gatling. Neither side could advance 
across the plateau without being exposed to a destructive fire. 
This was the position of the opposing forces at sunset. Both 



1896.] , PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 179 

sides could hold their ground, but neither could move within a 
reasonable time to warrant a continuance of the manoeuvres. 
The regiment was assembled and marched to Essex, where a 
special train was taken and the companies were dismissed to their 
respective commanders. 

The manoeuvres were an exact reproduction of the game of 
Kriegsspiel as played. The last move, as played on the map, was 
purposely left incompleted. 

I acted as director, Major Livermore acted as umpire. He was 
assisted by Major Ward, Captain Parsons, Captain Damon, Lieu- 
tenant Soutter of the Sixth, Lieutenants Ropes and Spencer of 
the Second Corps, Ensign Chase of the Naval Battalion, and by 
other officers detailed from the regiment. Captain Keeler of the 
First Brigade staff and Lieutenant Ballard of the Fifth served as 
volunteer aids to Major Bailey, and Captain Little of the Second 
Brigade staff served as aid to Major Dow. Lieutenant Tolman 
and a detachment of the Signal Corps volunteered and rendered 
efficient service. 

The game, as played on the map and for the purpose of reproduc- 
tion, was divided up into periods. At the beginning of any period 
the director's flag representing the number of that period was 
raised. Each company proceeded to occupy the position it had 
occupied during the game at this period. An assistant umpire 
was assigned to each company. When his company occupied the 
position prescribed, an assistant umpire's flag, representing the 
number of the period, was raised by his direction. As soon as 
the director saw that every detachment had completed the move 
belonging to this period and had displayed the flag corresponding 
to the number of the period, he displayed another flag represent- 
ing the number of the next period. Each company then pro- 
ceeded to complete the movement belonging to this next period, 
and upon its completion the assistant umpire displayed the number 
of the new period. 

Owing to the lack of ammunition, the following rule was adopted : 
while any member of a platoon was firing, the platoon was credited 
with the fire of all its members. If an officer wished to represent 
a platoon firing, he ordered one man to fire. The man would fire 
until his ammunition was exhausted, when the platoon commander 
would direct another man to fire. During this period it was 
assumed that the whole platoon was firing. . . . 

Some of the extended order work in the use of cover was re- 
markably clever. The platoons of Company D advanced over 
apparently open ground to within about four hundred yards of the 
Fish Flakes and Corn Field Hill respectively. I was watching 



180 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

tliis grOQDd from the Ptoh Flukes, lint <lid i,. 

ire it praa declared b; assistant umpires' Hags. 

The lerviee of Information was well pei 
by the bicycli i, and sugg such i 

permanently attached to each regiment ami train thie dul 

The Gatling detachment great seal, [tvolnnt an 

extra day's - _ I in < 1 1 i 1 1 and 

rcfa from Hamilton it the night in i 

The detachment was under the command of Li 
The umpire and his assistanti i In 

I.- filing was devoted to l:< >in^r ovst tin 
.t day an.; posting the assistant umpires in their duties. 

and rear guard was nn i r i t , 

lmt di >>( Instruction and oompr< >f dut 

It is i '1 that this kind of v. in- 

fantry thill. 

• is much in ; t" Major I for his 

tinguished sei . which oontribnted much to t; dsss of 

the day. 

I 

Will I AM A. 



8*e< , M. \ . 

0j 31, l v 

Maj - \mi i i. I » 

Sir: — I have the honor to i 1 drill of my 

nmand. I lion was granted in General Oi s., 

A. G. jui form this tour of duty in con; 

gular tout of camp duty, and to make the <lriil 
the state camp ground oi lay! July 22, U 

camp. 

In accordance with my orders, the command asseml 

Union Squai Jiton. At 9 a.m. inarch was taken up 

South Framingham. The march was through Brighton, Newton, 
wtonville, W< nrton, Newton Lower Falls, W< lills 

and then vis the old Worcester turnpike to the camp ground. 

Advance and rear guards and flankers were thrown out. In- 
struction was given in the usual precautions to b D on a 
march in the vicinity of an enemy. Particular .attention f 
given to the care and handling of horses on a loi 
Attention was also given to individual horsemanship. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 181 

Halt for dinner was made at 12.15 p.m., just beyond Wellesley 
Hills. Picket lines were stretched by the road side and rations 
issued for men and horses. 

March was resumed at 2 p.m., and the camp ground reached 
at 4 p m. 

The command paraded in campaign uniform, overcoats rolled 
on saddles. Rations, picket lines, etc., were carried in wagons. 

On the march frequent short halts were made for rest, and for 
watering the horses. At intervals the command was dismounted 
and horses led. 

Col. Fred W. Wellington, A. I. G., of His Excellency's staff, 
joined the command near Wellesley Hills and remained with us 
for a part of the day. The command is indebted to him for his 
interest in its work and for suggestions for improvement. 

The strength of the command was : field and staff, 7 officers, 5 
men ; Troop A, 3 officers and 69 men ; Troop D, 3 officers and 65 
men; total, 13 officers and 139 men. The strength was reduced 
by the usual camp detail of 1 officer and 14 men. 

Very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

Horace G. Kemp, 
Major. 



First Battalion Light Artillery, First Brigade, M. V. M., 

HEADQUARTER8, LAWRENCE, MASS., July 1, 1895. 

Maj. Gen. Samuel Dalton, Adjutant General State of Massachusetts. 

General : — I have the honor to submit my report of the annual 
drill of the First Battalion Light Artillery, which took place June 
3, 1895. 

In obedience to Special Orders No. 60, A. G. O., Battery B 
left Worcester at 8 o'clock a.m., Battery C left Lawrence at 9 
o'clock a.m., and Troop F, Cavalry, left North Chelmsford at 9 
o'clock A.M. 

All of the above commands, having been provided with baggage 
wagons and one day's rations, and a surgeon accompanying each 
command, directed their march toward South Lincoln, where I had 
previously selected a place for bivouac on a piece of land belong- 
ing to Mr. E. R. Farrar. Tents to accommodate one hundred and 
eighty horses were pitched, posts driven at proper intervals and 
picket ropes wound around and stretched from post to post, to 
which to secure the horses. 

Having spent Saturday and Sunday in camp at Framingham, 
with my staff, we left the State camp grounds at 8 o'clock a.m., 
Monday, June 3, and proceeded to South Lincoln, twelve miles 



182 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

out. 1 established my headquarters at the bivouac. I arrang 
with Mr. Farrar for hay for bedding for the men, and wood for 
camp lii 

The camp was well situated on 8 small rise on tin- of a 

wood ; a brook close l.y furnished ample accommodatioi 
watering horses. About 2 o'clock p.m. it to rain, and, 

the shelter tents had not arrived, I felt a little disappoint 

Captain Shaw with his troop was momentarily expected, as the 

captain had previously informed me that lie would reach bivouac 

at -\ o'clock p.m. A little after l o'clock a messenger came in on 

horseback with a verbal order from you for me to march the troops 
into camp. This was a disappointment to me, for I disliked 

exceedingly ti up the bivouac; and, realizing that you had 

allowed me some discretionary power, which s roborated by 

your li jer, I decided to Bend Captain Shaw with his cavalry 

to South Pramingham. By so doing I should have in- 

tended for the cavalry horses t<> use for the men of the artillei 

one to each battery, which would be ample shelter for tin* night. 
About o p.m. Captain Shaw arrived with Troop I-', and Captain 

Brusos' battery arrived at the I F, after a short 

:, and having watered, staited for State camp grouo I his 

command looked solid and compact; as they marched 

looked fresh and good for the twelve miles that lav before them. 

Although raining quite hard, they took the order good-natured 

but were sorry to leave us. 

Captain Stedman's battery came in at In picking out 

1 roads each battery had marched thirty-two miles. The 
horses looked tired, and I think it would have proved injuri< 
to them to have continued twelve miles further to camp. 

Batteries parked immediately on arriving; the horses v 
rubbed down and fed with hay; the men built I ted 

Coffee, ami, with the ample rations in haversack, made a g< 
supper. Bugle calls were properly sounded and responded to in 
soldierly manner; the men stayed about their bright tires drying 
themselves until taps. 

The scene was very interesting to all, especially to the old cam- 
paigners, who were delighted. Rain fell all night, but I am glad 
to say that no complaints have been heard of any sickne>> caufi 
by exposure. 

Friday morning reveille sounded as per camp orders. The 
weather was cloudy and misty. Stable call over, breakfast call 
sounded. The men cooked coffee and were supplied with meats, 
etc., from the baggage train. At 7 o'clock everything was put in 
order to leave; at 7.15 boots and saddles was sounded and at 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. 183 

7.30 the battalion and its baggage wagons filed out of camp and 
proceeded to the State camp grounds at South Framingham, at 
which place they arrived at 11 o'clock a.m., having made the 
twelve miles in about three hours. As the battalion entered the 
field at the headquarters gate it made a splendid show ; everything 
was in proper shape, men and horses were fresh ; all felt proud of 
their thirty hours' experience, and sorry that it did not last longer. 

I dismissed the battalion at once, and at 11.15 o'clock reported 
my arrival to Lieutenant Colonel Parker, A. A. G., First Brigade. 

I would recommend that, should the artillery be ordered to 
repeat this annual drill another year, rubber blankets and complete 
cooking outfits, etc., be issued to the batteries. I am also of the 
opinion that it is not advisable to attempt getting the batteries 
together the first night ; the distance the batteries have to march 
is too great. I would suggest that the batteries bivouac not over 
twenty miles from their home station, and, if desirable to have the 
battalion march into camp in a body, that the junction be made 
the next day after leaving home. 

1 wish to compliment the officers and men of the battalion upon 
the successful ending of this tour of duty ; every one was cheerful 
and performed his duty manfully, considering the weather. 1 feel 
satisfied that the State received faithful service and the First Bat- 
talion of Artillery much-needed experience. 

I am, sir, very respectfully, your obedient servant, 

L. N. Duchesnet, 

Major Commanding. 



Signal CoRrs First Brigade, M. V. M., 
South Armory, Irvington Street, Boston, Sept. 16, 1895. 

Adjutant General, State House, Boston, Mass. 

Sir: — I have the honor to submit a report of the annual drill 
of this command, performed the 14th of September, in accordance 
with General Order No. 10, A. G. O., c. s. 

The purpose of the drill was to illustrate the work performed 
by signal parties accompanying a reconnoissance expedition. No 
attempt was made, however, to make a reconnoissance, the various 
squads going directly to the stations already selected. The scheme, 
as published in the corps order already furnished you, was that the 
head of a brigade covering the right of an army, making a flank 
march to the westward, arrived in Arlington on the evening of the 
thirteenth. A signal station was established on the line of out- 
posts at the standpipe on Arlington Heights. On the morning of 
the 14th a detail was made to examine the villages of Lexington 



184 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S EEPORT. [Jan. 

and Lincoln, and a portion of the Signal Corps was sent with it. 
Another portion was sent with the advance guard, moving toward 
the west. All information secured by these parties was to be trans- 
mitted to Arlington Heights. 

The work actually performed by the corps under this scheme 
was this : the enlisted men reported to the first sergeant at the 
South Armory at 7.45 a.m. in fatigue uniform. Four details were 
immediately made, each commanded by a sergeant. Each sergeant 
was then given a sealed envelope containing transportation, a map 
of the country covered by the scheme, the name of the point his 
detail was to occupy, and minor information about the station, etc. 
Upon the outside of the envelope were instructions stating the train 
to be taken, and directing that the envelope was to be opened on 
the train for transportation and further orders. The various squads 
were sent to their stations by different trains, and did not know, 
therefore, where any other signal station was to be established 
except that on Arlington Heights. 

The points occupied were Granny Hill, Oakmount, Lexington ; 
Lincoln Reservoir, Lincoln ; Prospect Hill, Waltham ; and the 
standpipe on Arlington Heights. These points were occupied 
promptly, the other signal stations quickly found, and communica- 
tion established between Lincoln and Arlington through Waltham, 
and between Lexington and Arlington. Messages were sent from 
Lincoln to Arlington, a distance of about six and a half miles, 
without the use of the intervening station at Waltham. The sig- 
nal work was not a success, however, as in many cases the glasses 
secured were not sufficiently powerful. Stations were closed in 
time to report at the armory at 7 p.m., where the men were shortly 
dismissed. 

Accompanied by Col. Wm. Barrett, I visited all the stations, 
returning to the armory with the Waltham detail. 

The corps is under obligations to George W. Lane, Esq., water 
commissioner of Arlington, for permission to use the standpipe at 
Arlington Heights ; to Mr. John Comley, superintendent at Oak- 
mount, for permission to occupy Granny Hill ; to L. W. Weston, 
Esq , chairman of the water board of Lincoln, for permission to 
occupy the Lincoln Reservoir ; and to Col. Ephraim Stearns, 
chairman of the park commission of Waltham, for permission to 
occupy Prospect Hill. 

I have the honor to be, very respectfully, 
Your obedient servant, 

Wm. Nichols Tolman, 
First Lieutenant and Senior Officer Commanding Corps. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— No. 7. 185 

Report of Lieut. A. P. Niblack, U. S. N., on the Naval 

Brigade, M. V. M. 

Navy Department, Washington, Oct. 15, 1895. 

Sir: — In obedience to the department orders of July 19, I 
reported to the commandant of the Navy Yard, Boston, Mass., 
on July 26, and was assigned to quarters on the receiving ship 
" Wabash "in connection with the annual tour of duty of the 
Massachusetts Naval Militia. 

The brigade came on board the "Wabash" on Monday, July 
29, and went on shore on Saturday, August 3. 

Of the 48 officers on the rolls, 41 were present ; and of 429 
men, 335 were present. The average attendance of officers was 
85 per cent., and of the men 78 per cent. All of the men and a 
few of the officers were quartered on the " Wabash," and the 
remainder of the officers and the band were quartered on the 
"Passaic." The tug "Iwana" and the steam launch of the 
"Wabash" were also placed at the service of the brigade, to 
assist in carrying out the programme of the tour. The depart- 
ment had notified the State that the "Raleigh" and one other 
man-of-war would be in Boston for the first three days of the tour, 
but only the " Raleigh" was present, and she left early Thursday, 
August 1. 

This year's tour of duty of the Massachusetts Naval Militia was 
a mild test of the ability of the brigade to man a ship of war, as 
it was thrown on its own resources on board the " Wabash" as a 
ship's company, with freedom to arrange a programme and carry 
on a ship's routine. With a ship lying at a dock, with commis- 
sariat difficulties easily solved and handling ship not a factor, the 
test was not severe, but was, on the other hand, very instructive. 
Heretofore the ships on which the brigade has served in detach- 
ments have been regular cruising ships, with everything running 
like clockwork. There was therefore naturally a noticeable lack 
of force and lack of confidence on the part of the officers of the 
deck and the petty officers, due to being thrown for the first time 
on their own resources. In the main the feeling throughout the 
brigade was at the end of the week one of considerable discour- 
agement at the enormity of the undertaking of mastering the de- 
tails of the naval profession in a week's tour each year, under 
constantly varying conditions, with new types of ships, new guns, 
practically no books of instruction, uncertainty as to the purpose 
of the Naval Militia, and no adequate programme of preparation 
during the intervening months. The week's tour illustrated the 
futility of the past system, and argues most forcibly for the in- 
auguration of a new one. The great value of a ship like the 



186 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

" Minnesota" will be in the preliminary training given in prepara- 
tion for the tour of duty. It will overcome at least one difficulty. 

There was much to commend in the organization and in the 
manner in which the officers and men bore themselves. The plan 
of sending a detachment every evening down the bay to pitch 
camp and return by breakfast next morning was an excellent 
lesson in naval brigade operations. The engineer force showed 
up particularly well in its work, and should be developed into a 
division. The small-arm target practice was in some respects 
phenomenal. The great-gun target practice on the u Raleigh " 
under way at sea was not remarkable, because the 4-inch R. F. 
gun and mount was a new arm, and hard to learn in so brief a 
period as allotted for instruction. The light artillery drill was 
excellent, the boat work was fair and the torpedo work very good. 

In the way of criticism too much emphasis cannot be placed 
upon the need of better setting up, more attention to uniform 
and a general bracing up on guard duty. The sentry duty was 
an utter misrepresentation of the many commendable things in 
infantry tactics. The tan shoe, the stars on staff officers' sleeves 
and citizen's ties with uniform were marked departures from naval 
custom. 

As suggested previously in my reports, one or more men-of- 
war, preferably of the coast defence type, should be in attendance 
at the annual tour of duty, to co-operate with the Naval Militia 
and afford instruction to them. It is not thought that the custom 
sometimes followed is productive of sufficient benefit to warrant 
its continuance, viz., of making vacancies in the regular com- 
plement of the ships by the transfer of men to the receiving ships 
and filling their places with naval militiamen for the period of the 
tour. At certain stages in the development of an organization 
this may be valuable, but the tour of duty is so short that it is 
thought that mere instruction on board, coupled with camp life 
on shore, will accomplish more in the period assigned. It is not 
possible to make seamen out of raw material by service for one 
week a year on board cruising ships more or less in port, and a 
national reserve of seamen cannot thus easily be created. Special 
steps must be taken in this direction under government auspices 
entirely, and without State aid. 

The real field of the Naval Militia would seem to lie through 
liberal State and national aid in encouraging yachtsmen and lands- 
men of aquatic tastes in following those branches of naval train- 
ing which will fit them to man the auxiliaries of the national 
defence in time of war, supplemental and incidental to the navy 
and sea-coast defences ; to do service, for instance, in improvised 
batteries and torpedo boats, or with mine fields, transports, supply 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 187 

vessels, telegraph steamers, repair ships, scouts, commissary ves- 
sels, floating batteries, improvised cruisers, naval brigade opera- 
tions, prize crews, cartels, hospital ships, etc., where seamen pure 
and simple are not required, but in which properly trained lands- 
men are better than merchant sailors, and in which a large part 
of the effective force of the navy would otherwise be absorbed. 

Unquestionably many of the officers and men in the Naval 
Militia are already qualified for service in the navy, particularly 
those who have had previous naval service ; but it would seem 
that these, together with the more proficient members who have 
had five years' training and can qualify on examination, should 
be incorporated in a true naval reserve, under purely national 
auspices. The Naval Militia as now organized is a State organ- 
ization, and its best training would seem to be along the lines of 
the land militia at first ; but, in addition to a knowledge of infantry 
tactics, field artillery and camp life, the Naval Militia should be 
expert in naval brigade operations, army and navy signalling, 
handling boats under steam, oars or sail ; shore line and field 
reconnoissance work, coast piloting (especially local knowledge) , 
submarine mine work, automobile and dirigible torpedoes, second- 
ary and great-gun artillery, and such knowledge Of seamanship 
and man-of-war duties as can be obtained through the facilities 
provided by the department in the instruction afforded on board 
ship. 

A study of the possible defences of Boston is of great impor- 
tance to the Massachusetts Naval Militia ; but, in view of the 
national importance of Nantucket Sound as a strategic centre, 
and of the many local complications which beset the Naval Bri- 
gade in a tour of duty near that city, a radical departure should 
mark the next tour of duty in this State. It would be of the 
greatest benefit to the Naval Militia movement in general, and 
to that in Massachusetts in particular, if the next summer's tour 
were had in Barnstable County, along the south shore, with head- 
quarters in Chatham Roads. Camp should be established at some 
point selected, and a few ships of the navy should co-operate with 
them, as a study of this region is of the utmost importance to the 
navy. It is urged, in view of the short period (one week) allowed 
the Naval Militia, that labor be employed by the State to trans- 
port and handle the camp equipage, as the manual labor is of no 
military value to the Naval Militia, and absorbs too large a per- 
centage of the limited time in the field. 

Very respectfully, 

A. P. Niblack, 

Lieutenant, U. S. N. 
The Secretary of the Navy. 



188 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



GENERAL ORDERS AND CIRCULARS. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Jan. 11, 1895. 

General Orders, No. 1.* 

I. So much of Paragraph I., General Order 14, as is amended 
by Paragraph I., General Order 21, series of 1894, is further 
amended so as to read : " All future appointments of hospital 
stewards or apothecaries in the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia 
must be either registered pharmacists or registered physicians." 

II. The following is published for the information of the 

militia : — 

Common-wealth of Massachusetts, 
Executive Department, Boston, Jan. 1, 189,"). 

William C. Capelle of Wakefield ifl hereby appointed Assistant Adju- 
tant General on the staff of the Commander-in-Chief, with the rank of 
colonel. 

(Signed) Frederic T. GREENHAXGE, 

Governor and Commander -in- Chi* f. 

III. The above-named officer, having been duly commissioned, 
qualified and assigned to duty, will be obeyed and respected ac- 
cordingly. 

IV. To correct an error caused by transposition of figures in 
the consolidated rifle and revolver report of 1894, and at the 
request of the Inspector General of Rifle Practice, the following 
amendment is made in the table of efficients of the Fifth Regiment 
of Infantry in the case of companies K and L : — 









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* Whole number, series of 1894, 22. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 189 

V. Brigade, Naval Brigade and Cadet Corps Commanders are 
charged with the promulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Jan. 11, 1895. 

General Orders, No. 2. 

The target season for 1895 will close October 31. 

Firing parties should always be in charge of officers or non- 
commissioned officers, who are reminded of the great responsi- 
bility which they assume, and the necessity of exercising extreme 
caution in order to prevent accidents. 

Rifles should be loaded at the firing point only, and should be 
inspected before leaving the range. 

The ammunition of the company should be in trustworthy hands. 

Qualifications will be made under the following conditions : — 

1 . Target. — Either the United States Army regulation elliptical 
or the Creedmoor target may be used. 

2. Positions. — At 200 yards, standing without rest or support. 
At above 200 yards, " Any position." 

3. Scores. — Third class, two scores of 15 out of a possible 25 
at 200 yards. 

Second class, two scores of 18 out of a possible 25 at 200 
yards. 

First class, two scores of 21 out of a possible 25 at 200 yards 
and two scores of 21 out of a possible 25 at 500 yards. 

Sharpshooter class, two scores of 22 out of a possible 25 at 200 
yards, two scores of 24 out of a possible 25 at 500 yards and two 
scores of 23 out of a possible 25 at 600 yards. 

Distinguished marksmen will requalify in the Sharpshooter 
Class. 

Distinguished marksmen are sharpshooters of record (1) who 
have represented the State at Creedmoor, or (2) who may be men- 
tioned in orders as the "first twelve in a State competition, " or 
(3) who have won an individual trophy in a State match. 

4. Arms. — Such as are issued by the State. Minimum trigger 
pull 6 pounds. Soldiers armed with the carbine will be restricted 
to the use of that arm and will be allowed one point to each score 
made at 200 yards in qualifying and two points at each of the 
longer ranges. 

5. Exceptions. — Hereafter members of the following organi- 
zations will not be expected to qualify as marksmen, as no provi- 



190 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Bion for ammunition will be mads and no d ationi 

awarded : — 

Ambalanoe Corj B - of artillery. 

ial ( taps. Headquarter mua 

t. — Offioen and non-commissta 

ff officers owning the army or navy regulation revolver (or 
being furnished with it by the state) will qualify as follows: — 
•on.l ( llass, two - >f 25 out of I poi 

First class, two soores of of ■ possible rards. 

Each score moat be shot in one minute <>r leas. 

Position. — Standing without or support, arm exten 

elbow free from the body. 

The target shall be that need for rifle shooting el BOO yaj 

Minimum trigger pull I pounds. 

Original Qualifications will be rewarded by medals. 

7. B "' ■■■ », Be a ohange in d 

Is decided opon later, the issue of badges, bullets aad but- 

tons w ill be the same as in 1 88 1 . 

Medal8 i etc. — N<» more than six medals or badges, awai 

for rifle work, may he worn on State duty, ami will Include only 

those issued by the - won a* . or 

allowed by orders. 

Officers and oon-oommissi< itafl officers are gran 

permissiOD to wear one revolver badge in addition 10 the six men- 
tioned above. 

Members of the militia who bave won military decorations for 
rifle work of importance may apply through regular channels for 
permission to include them in the Dumber allowed. 

Ribbons for rifle work worn on the blouse are subject to the 
same restrictions as medals. 

Individual trophi the property of the ollieers and men who 

win them. 

When not on State duty the number i rations for rifle w 

allowed to be worn will be subject to the discretion of the com- 
manding ollicer of each organization. 

9. Money Allowance, — Ammunition will not be issued as 
heretofore, but an allowance will be made of $1.40 for each mem- 
ber of a company armed with the rifle or carbine who qualifies 
or requalifies during the target season and who is a member of 
the company on Oct. 31, 1895. The claim for this allowance 
will be made on the annual ride returns of each company, and the 
Inspector General of Rifle Practice will inform the Adjutant Gen- 
eral of the amount due each command, when it will be made. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 191 

10. Figure of Merit. — The standing of each company will be 
established by the following rule : — 

Every distinguished marksman and sharpshooter in a company 
at the close of the target season will count five points, every first 
class marksman four points, every second class marksman three 
points, and every third class marksman two points. 

Every unqualified member of a company who shoots two scores 
during the year and fails to qualify will count one point. 

Fifty dollars will be given to the company having the best stand- 
ing under this rule, twenty-five dollars to second best and a trophy 
(engraving) to the third. 

1 1 . Competitions. — The conditions governing competitions will 
be published in future orders, and will include regimental and State 
competitions, as heretofore. 

If deemed advisable (depending in a great degree on the num- 
ber of officers equipping themselves with the regulation arm), 
there will be a competition with revolvers for teams and indi- 
viduals. 

State competitions will be held in September, and regimental and 
corps competitions in camp ; but option is given to regimental 
commanders to hold regimental competitions other than in camp, 
but when so held no pay or transportation will be allowed. 

Teams in regimental competitions will consist of ten and teams 
in State competitions of fifteen. 

12. Inspectors of Rifle Practice may be called upon to verify 
expenditures of the State allowances for the purpose of rifle prac- 
tice, and company commanders are cautioned to keep original bills 
of such expenditures and also all scores shot in making qualifica- 
tions both completed and unfinished. 

Every shot fired must be recorded, but a score may be withdrawn 
at any time and a new one started. 

13. Regimental inspectors (under chapter 367, section 127, 
Statutes of 1893) are allowed to visit, with mileage allowance, 
each company of their commands three times yearly, when so 
ordered by commanding officers. They will visit the several com- 
panies upon the days appointed for range work, and will use every 
effort to secure competent instruction of those trying for pro- 
ficiency. They should visit each company at least once during the 
winter months to instruct the officers and non-commissioned officers 
in the proper care and safe use of the rifle. They will promptly 
report to this department cases of delinquency in the work of 
company commanders, and will hold themselves at all times in 
readiness to state the progress being made by the several com- 
panies in their respective organizations. 



ADJUTANT (iKXEBAI/S EU [J 

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I .ny is found in j»<">r condition, a - <>rt will 
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All companies at these in 

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. will l >n. 

II. 1 rs will in full on armory accommodations, 
with opinfon as to tin' amonnt w ihonld properly be a 

1 paid by Ith, and tl. rge 

duty l' kitora. Tl I in all cases 

efficient on. 

III. 1 tors will thoroughly examin 

mands, i tain if pi iers 
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:i will to the admlni Taire in 

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done in the matt ration and if tl i lists i 
complet 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 193 

IV. The following assignments of inspectors are announced : — 
Sixth and Ninth Regiments of Infantry, and Naval Brigade, 

Col. James L. Carter, A. I. G. 

First and Eighth Regiments of Infantry, Col. Fred G. King, 
A. I. G. 

Second and Fifth Regiments of Infantry, Col. Percy Parker, 
A. I. G. 

First Battalion Cavalry, First Battalion Artillery, Troop F, 
Cavalry, Battery A, Light Artillery, and Signal Corps, Col. Fred. 
W. Wellington, A. I. G. 

First and Second Corps of Cadets, the Inspector General. 

V. The Surgeon General will designate an officer to inspect 
the Ambulance Corps. 

VI. The reports on Inspections will be promptly forwarded on 
the completion of the inspection of each regiment, battalion or 
unattached command. 

VII. Inspectors will render bills for duty performed under this 
order with their final reports. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Ofpice, Boston, April 25, 1895. 

General Orders, No. 4. 

I. Capt. Henry W. Atkins, Company C, First Regiment of 
Infantry, having rendered continuous service as a commissioned 
officer in the militia of the Commonwealth for the period of ten 
years and upwards, is retired upon his own request with the rank 
of major, from Feb. 19, 1895, as provided in section 54, chapter 
367, Acts of 1893. 

II. Brig. Gen. Herbert L. Burrell, surgeon general, having 
rendered eleven years continuous service as a commissioned officer 
in the militia of the Commonwealth, is upon his own request 
placed on the retired list, with the rank of brigadier general, as 
provided in section 54, chapter 367 of the Acts of 1893, to date 
from April 22, 1895. 

The Commander-in-Chief regrets the necessity for the retirement 
of General Burrell on account of professional engagements. Gen- 
eral Burrell has brought to the discharge of duty, as surgeon 
general, rare ability, and by his conscientious and painstaking 
endeavor has placed the medical department of the militia in a 
condition of completeness which is alike honorable to himself and 
creditable to the service. 



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assiu and will be obey 1 respected accor- 

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OsBMovwaai *mT«, 

cbcutiyi i. 1896. 

The petition of W. 1>. 1> »n to 

form a company, with ■ 

Volunteer Militia, is h< 

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Governor and 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 195 

V. Brig. Gen. Benjamin F. Peach, Jr., commanding Second 
Brigade, M. V. M., will make the necessary arrangements to 
organize the before-mentioned petitioners, and enlistments will 
be commenced on the date of this order. 

The company when organized will be designated as Battery A, 
Light Artillery, M. V. M., and will be attached to the Second 
Brigade, and, as the direct successor of the battery disbanded by 
this order, will continue the service record of that organization. 
By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, April 27, 1895. 

General Orders, No. 5. 

I. The troops composing the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia 
will hold the annual encampments for the year 1895 as follows : — 

First Brigade, Brig. Gen. Benjamin F. Bridges commanding, at 
the State camp ground, South Framingham, June 4 to 8 inclusive. 
Second Brigade, Brig. Gen. Benjamin F. Peach, Jr., commanding, 
at the State camp ground, South Framingham, July 23 to 27 inclu- 
sive. First Corps of Cadets, Lieut. Col. Thomas F. Edmands 
commanding, at Hingham, July 16 to 20 inclusive. Second Corps 
of Cadets at Essex, August 6 to 10 inclusive. Naval Brigade, 
Boston Harbor, July 29 to August 3 inclusive. The annual drill 
of the First Corps of Cadets will take place at Hingham, July 15. 
The annual drill of the Second Corps of Cadets will take place at 
Essex, on August 5. 

Capt. Myles Standish, commanding the Ambulance Corps, will 
make two details of his command, with such officers as he may 
deem necessary, for duty with the First and Second Brigades at 
encampments. 

Troops performing camp and annual drill duty the same week 
must forward separate muster rolls for such duty. 

II. Troops of First and Second Brigades will perform camp 
duty in campaign uniform. Fatigue caps will be carried to camp ; 
full dress uniforms will not. 

III. Maj. Laurence N. Duchesney, commanding First Battalion 
Light Artillery, will be ordered by his brigade commander to leave 
his station the first day of camp, making a route march to camp, 
reporting to the brigade commander not later than five o'clock on the 
afternoon of June 5. Battery C will be dismissed from camp on the 
afternoon of June 7, and take up its march for its home station. 



AD.HTAM' GENERAL'S REPORT. [J 

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and i > : i \- 1 1 1 rly 

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the 51 

ad enllated men who report for dnty 
not be returned for j 

■ 1 man will p mp duty unless enlisted thirty 

(h\\ I e the ' in case of ts. 

mmand ra will see that all musters 

ducted, and bo man will be returned for pay unless tl ;«tering 
officer i lly sees him and mm im. 

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of the 8 camp ground (excepting the al and buildii 

Immediately adjoining) on the day prior to the encamp 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 19' 

respective commands. They may assume control on the Saturda; 
preceding camp, if they desire, but without pay. Proper detail 
will be made for guarding all property, and the provost guard wil 
guard all buildings, hospitals and property the day preceding th 
camp, and infantry details will perform this duty during camp. 

XI. Brigade commanders will detail a provost guard, and t'ron 
each battalion, unattached company of cavalry and artillery th 
quartermaster and the quartermaster sergeant, for duty on the da; 
preceding the encampments. Troops arriving in camp on the da; 
preceding the date of encampment will be under orders of th 
brigade commanders, and enlisted men will not leave camp withou 
a pass. Brigade commanders will also detail a staff officer to at 
tend to embarking and disembarking troops at depots in Boston am 
South Framingham, on the first and fifth days at camp, who sha] 
forward a detailed report of the same through channels to this office 

They will issue stringent orders relative to care of quarters an< 
uniform arrangement of the same, and extra and useless baggag 
and boxes will not be allowed in quarters, and brigade orders wil 
give the maximum of baggage to be allowed. 

Wagons with baggage will not be sent over the road or by rai 
on Sunday, and such wagons will not be permitted to enter th 
field or remain thereon on that day. 

All commissioned and non-commissioned officers are hereby in 
structed not to permit enlisted men to lie on the ground (except oi 
drill). The habit of doing this must be discontinued ; cleanlines 
of clothing demands it, and officers will strictly enforce this rule 
and this paragraph of this order will be read to each company. 

The judge advocate of each brigade is hereby ordered during th 
encampments to exercise jurisdiction under section 110, chapte 
367 of the Acts of 1893. 

All caterers' help and citizen employees will be provided wit' 
some badge or written pass to designate them and their employ 
ment, and will not be permitted to roam around the camp. 

XII. Requisitions for quartermasters' supplies will not be re 
ceived or filled in camp except in cases of special emergency, an< 
the practice of delaying requisitions until arrival in camp will b 
discontinued. 

XIII. Bills for transportation of all horses for headquarters 
approved by the commanding officer, with accompanying vouchers 
will be forwarded immediately upon the completion of duty, an< 
will be paid through the paymaster. Vouchers must accompan; 
each bill for horse transportation, but bills will not be forwardec 
for horses ridden to or from camp by officers ; and where horse 
are delivered on the camp ground in lots the full allowance fo 



198 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. ' »n. 

transportation will not be asked for, but s reasonable int for 

such transportation. 

\l\'. The veterinary surgeons of sacfa brigade will thoroughly 
inspect all horses reported for duty, and they are author 

reject horses unlit for service, and Order that they shall not 

turned for allowance on bills or pay rolls, if po will 

inspect the horses for artillery and cavalry prior to their ! 
their home DOStS. If it is necessary, in order to accomplish t 
to have the duty performed the day 1 ■■■imp, I 

sin will perform this duty oo t ; ays, and be returned on 

pay rolls for extra duty. 

The horses of officers and enlisted men for which allow- 
ance Is made will not be ridden by civilians under any i ra- 
tion whatever, and all | r-driving is strictly pro] 

XVI. ( )ilicers of tlie -_ r u.iid will, as soon as gi 

take an inventory <>f all 8 y — uniforms, ar ,ip- 

mei •• — which each enlisted man of his guard ad bet 

missing bis guard, on b< in_ r relieved by the new guard, will see 
that man has sll property be report is of loss will 

at once report it to the quartermaster general, and will n 

_ r uard IhmiU, of losses or noloss. Ete| >rts of loss of pi on 

guard means Inefficient guard i ri snd the 

muds around the ill be by tin h day. 

XVII. Brigade commanders will make such rules as to passes 

for citizens as they may deem >r the interests <>f to 

and are hereby anthorl i desigi -iting days, if in their 

judgment it is i>. 

Passes for enlisted men t«> have ramp will : 
in urgent cases, and all tli- 

OUt authority will be arrested and at 04 led. 

Returns of absentees, which must be properly tilled oul 

OmmendatiOBS for action, — and none will he returned with- 

;h recommendations, — will be forwarded with paj to the 

adjutant general. Captains of companies will see that no I 

recommended for discharge who I been properly 1 

the tour of duty. 

Will. All int inspectors general of 1 ffof the Com- 

mander-in-chief will report to the inspector general for duty on ; 
first day of each brigade encampment at twelve i noon. 

XIX. For the purpose of assuring a proper and safe use of the 
rifle range at South Framingham during the annual encampments, 

it is ordered that no enlisted man he allowed to use the I 
unless accompanied by an officer or 8 competent non-com 
officer. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 199 

Regimental inspectors of rifle practice are ordered to be present 
on the range during the time their commands are using the targets. 

They will see that the men attend to the duty in a soldierly man- 
ner, and will give instructions to recruits in matters pertaining to 
the use of the rifle, particular care being taken to instruct every 
man to keep the muzzle of the rifle depressed in loading. 

Rifles will be loaded at the firing point only, and shells and 
cartridges must be removed before leaving the firing point. Any 
disobedience of this order must be reported. 

Rifles must be inspected by the officer in charge of firing parties 
before leaving the range. 

Brigade commanders will allot targets to the different organiza- 
tions of their brigade, and the assistant inspector general of rifle 
practice of the brigade will report daily to his commanding officer 
any command failing to make full use of time or targets assigned 
to them. 

They will report daily any accidental discharge of rifles ; and if 
any accident should result in injury to any person, they will make 
a record of the attending circumstances and report at once. 

XX. Regimental matches will be shot in camp in accordance 
with Par. I., General Orders No. 2, c. s., A. G. O., which allows 
the option. 

Commanding officers will at once notify their brigade com- 
manders whether or not they are to shoot regimental matches in 
camp, and brigade commanders will notify in writing the Adjutant 
General, one week prior to camp, of the dates on which regimental 
matches will be shot in camp. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Bostox, June 1, 1895. 

General Orders, No. 6. 

I. Maj. Pharcellus D. Bridges, Second Regiment of Infantry, 
First Brigade, M. V. M., having rendered continuous service for a 
period of twenty years and upwards as a commissioned officer, is, 
upon his own application, retired under the provisions of section 
54, chapter 367 of the Acts of the year 1893, with the rank of 
major, to date from May 20, 1895. 

II. A school for medical officers will be held at the South 
Armory, Boston, on Thursday, June 20, 1895, at three o'clock 
p.m. Maj. William H. Devine, surgeon, Ninth Regiment of In- 



200 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

fantry, will preside. Subject: " The duties of medical officers in 
emergency duty." The following named medical officers have been 
selected to read papers : Maj. David Clark, surgeon, Second Regi- 
ment Infantry; Maj. Otis H. Marion, surgeon, First Regiment 
Infantry; Maj. Benjamin R. Symonds, Jr., surgeon, Second 
Corps Cadets: Maj. Charles C. Foster, surgeon, Fifth Regiment 
Infantry ; Lieut. Franklin G. Balch, assistant surgeon, Naval Bri- 
gade ; Lieut. Robert Eddy Bell, Ambulance Corps, M. Y. M. ; 
Lieut. Charles W. Galloupe. 

III. The surgeon general will make such arrangements as he 
may deem necessary to carry out the objects of the school. 

TV. Company commanders, with the concurrence of the senior 
medical officer of the command, will designate four privates for 
instruction as litter bearers. They will be known as u company 
bearers," and shall be instructed under supervision of the senior 
medical officer at least one half hour daily while in camp, and such 
other times during the year as the commanding officer and the sur- 
geon may deem advisable, in the duties of litter bearers and the 
methods of rendering first aid to the sick and wounded. 

This special instruction will not relieve them from the perform- 
ance of all their regular military duties. They will give first aid 
to the sick or wounded or carry them to the rear until relieved by 
members of the Ambulance Corps or a medical officer. When so 
relieved, they will immediately join their companies. 

When on duty where their services may be required, they will 
wear as a distinguishing mark a red brassard around the left arm, 
just above the elbow. 

Officers of the inspector general's department and medical in- 
spectors at their regular inspections will specially examine the com- 
pany bearers as to their efficiency in the litter bearers' drill and 
the methods of rendering first aid to the sick or wounded. 

On requisition made to the surgeon general, senior medical offi- 
cers of infantry organizations will be furnished with a sufficient 
number of litters and brassards. 

Reports of tours of duty by medical officers will contain the 
name and company of all company bearers. 

V. So much of paragraph 5, General Orders No. 5, c. s., 
from this office, as relates to the route march of the First Battalion 
of Cavalry, M. Y. M., is hereby amended and the date changed to 
Monday, July 22, the day preceding the encampment of the Second 
Brigade, when the march will be taken in connection with the duty 
of annual drill. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton* 

Adjutant General. 



6.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 7. 201 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, June 21, 1895. 

General Orders, Xo. 7. 

I. The following named, having rendered continuous service 
for a period of twenty years and upwards as commissioned officers, 
are upon their own application retired under the provisions of sec- 
tion 54, chapter 367 of the Acts of the year 1893 : — 

Lieut. Col. John W. Hart, Second Corps Cadets, as Colonel, June 
13, 1* 

Col. Charles L. Dodge, Eighth Regiment Infantry, as colonel, June 
15, la 

II. Until otherwise ordered, the company officers in the second 
Corps Cadets will consist of one captain and one first lieutenant 
to each company. This order will not be construed as affecting 
second lieutenants now in commission; but on the discharge of 
such for any cause no further elections of the grade will be held 
in that command. 

III. The following enactment of the Legislature is published 
for the information of the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia : — 

[Chapter 465.] 

An* Act to increase the Efficiency of the Militia. 
Be 

Section 1. Xo person, except the judge advocate general and four 
aides-de-camp, shall be eligible to appointment on the staff of the com- 
mander-in-chief unless he has served at least three years in the volunteer 
militia of this Commonwealth, or unless he has been honorably dis- 
charged or retired from the military or naval service of the United 
Stat 

Sect. 2. The allowance to the adjutant general for such additional 
clerks and other assistants as may be necessary to conduct the business 
of his department, and of the quartermaster's and ordnance bureau, as 
provided in section thirteen of chapter three hundred and sixty-seven of 
the acts of the year eighteen hundred and ninety-three, shall be increased 
from six thousand dollars to six thousand three hundred dollars a year. 

Sect. 3. The relative rank of commissioned officers of the same 
grade and date of commission shall only be determined by lot as pro- 
vided in section thirty-three of chapter three hundred and sixty-seven of 
the acts of the year eighteen hundred and ninety-three, where there has 
been no previous military service. Such previous service shall count, 
as in the army or navy of the United States, and in the volunteer militia 
or enrolled militia of this Commonwealth onlv, and in the order herein 
named. 



202 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Sect. 4. The commander-in-chief may, at any time, retire any com- 
missioned officer who shall have been by him ordered before a medical 
board consisting of at least three commissioned medical officers, or a 
retiring board consisting of at least three commissioned officers, and 
upon whom such a board shall have made report showing such officer 
to be physically or otherwise unable to properly perform the duties of 
his office. 

Sect. 5. Armories provided for the militia under the provisions of 
chapter three hundred and eighty-four of the acts of the year eighteen 
hundred and eighty-eight shall not be used except by the active militia 
of this Commonwealth, and they shall not be loaned or let to any one 
except for a proper military purpose, and then only when the applica- 
tion is approved by the commander-in-chief and. intermediate com- 
manders. 

Sect. 6. No body of men whatsoever, other than the regularly 
organized corps of militia, the troops of the United States and the 
Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Boston, shall maintain an 
armory or associate themselves together at anj T time as a company or 
organization, for drill or parade with firearms, in any city or town of 
this Commonwealth ; nor shall any city or town raise or appropriate 
any money toward arming, equipping, uniforming or in any way sup- 
porting, sustaining or providing drill rooms or armories for any such 
body of men : provided, that associations wholly compose'd of soldiers 
honorably discharged from the service of the United States may parade 
in public with arms, upon the reception of any regiments or companies 
of soldiers returning from said service, and for the purpose of escort 
duty at the burial of deceased soldiers, having first obtained the written 
permission so to do of the mayor and aldermen of the cities or select- 
men of the towns in which they desire to parade ; and provMed, further ', 
that students in educational institutions where military science is a pre- 
scribed part of the course of instruction may, with the consent of the 
governor, drill and parade with firearms in public, under the superintend- 
ence of their teachers. This section shall not be construed to prevent 
any organization heretofore authorized thereto by law from parading 
with sidearms, or to prevent any veteran association compused wholly 
of past members of the militia of this Commonwealth from maintaining 
an armory for the use of the organizations of the said militia from which 
the said veteran association originated. 

Sect. 7. Whoever violates the provisions of the preceding section, 
or belongs to or parades with any such unauthorized body of men with 
firearms, shall be punished by a fine not exceeding fifty dollars or by 
imprisonment in the house of correction or common jail for a term not 
exceeding six months, or both. 

Sect. 8. The commander of an ambulance corps shall receive an 
allowance of fifty dollars per annum for the care of and responsibility 
for military property of the Commonwealth in his charge, in lieu of the 
allowance heretofore provided in section one hundred and twenty-eight 
of chapter three hundred and sixty-seven of the acts of the year eighteen 
hundred and ninety-three. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 203 

Sect. 9. So much of chapter three hundred and sixty-seven of the 
acts of the year eighteen hundred and ninety-three as is inconsistent 
herewith is hereby repealed. [Approved June 4, 1895. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, July 6, 1895. 

General Orders, No. 8. 

I. The following is published for the information of the 

Militia : — 

Headquarters of the Army, 
Adjutant General's Office, Washington, April 12, 1895. 

General Orders, No. 22. 

By direction of the Secretary of War, the undress coat and the un- 
dress cap for all officers, except chaplains, and the undress cap for all 
enlisted men, are adopted according to the following general descrip- 
tions, and patterns in the office of the Quartermaster General : — 

Undress Coat. 

A single-breasted sack coat of dark-blue cloth or serge, with standing 
collar fastened with hook and eye ; coat to close with a flap containing 
suitable concealed fastenings, the skirt to extend from one-third to two- 
thirds the distance from the hip-joint to the bend of the knee, according 
to height of wearer ; cut to fit the figure easily ; a vertical opening at 
each side of hip according to pattern ; shoulder straps and collar insignia 
to be worn. The coat to be trimmed with lustrous black mohair flat braid 
as follows : edged all around the bottom, the front edges, the collar, and 
for six inches upward from the bottom along both side openings to the 
skirt, with braid 1£ inches wide. This coat will be worn when full 
dress is not required During the warm season post commanders may 
authorize this coat made of white duck or flannel, to be worn with white 
braid but without shoulder straps or collar insignia. 

On undress duty a plain leather belt will be worn under the undress 
coat, the sword hook emerging through the opening of the coat on the 
left side. For field service, or when the pistol is carried, the belt will be 
worn outside the undress coat when so directed by the commanding officer. 

The insignia for officers' undress coats will be as follows : — 

For all officers, the letters U. S., Gothic design, of suitable height, 
each followed by a period, embroidered in gold or made of gold or gilt 
metal, fastened to each side of the collar, 1 inch from its edge and mid- 
way of its height. 

For all officers of the staff corps and departments, their distinctive 
insignia, without wreath, 1 inch high, embroidered in gold or made of 
gold or gilt metal, fastened to each side of the collar, about f inch from 
the letters U. S. 



204 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

For all officers of the line, the recent forage cap ornament, 1 inch high, 
embroidered in gold or made of gold or gilt metal, fastened to each side 
of the collar, about f inch from the letters U. S. 

Undress Cap. 

Of dark-blue cloth, the diameter at the top slightly less than at the 
base, the height 3| inches all around ; the seam abound the top without 
a welt, and neatly stitched on each side. The band \\ inches wide, with 
welts projecting | inch at the top and bottom, the bottom welt | inch 
above the base of the cap. The visor of black patent leather, bound 
with the same, and molded to shape, green underneath, rounded and 
sloping downward from the horizontal. A rigid stiffening all around to 
extend from the base of the cap to within 1 inch of , the top, and a hair- 
cloth stiffening throughout the remainder of the sides and top ; four 
black metal eyelets for ventilation, two on each side, placed above the 
band ; a cap cord of gold bullion \ of an inch in diameter, for the officer's 
cap, and a chin strap, like the one now in use, for the enlisted men's 
caps, secured at both ends by small regulation buttons, one on each side, 
immediately back of the ends of the visor. For general officers, a band 
of black velvet, and for all other officers, except chaplains, a band of 
lustrous black mohair braid filling the space between the welts. The 
cap badge for officers and enlisted men placed in front so that the top of 
the badge will be slightly below the top of the cap. 

The cap badge for all officers will be the coat of arms of the United 
States, embroidered in gold, modified according to pattern. 

So much of this order as refers to the undress coat and cap for officers 
shall take effect on July 1, 1895, and that portion of it that relates to the 
undress cap for enlisted men on the 1st of January, 1896. 
By command of Lieutenant General Schofield. 

Geo. D. Ruggles, 

Adjutant General. 

II. The new undress coat and forage cap for officers, recently 
adopted by the United States Government, is hereby adopted for 
the use of the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia, with the following 
modification : the letters U.S. will be omitted from the collar of 
the undress coat. The officers of the Massachusetts Volunteer 
Militia will provide themselves with the new undress coat on or 
before Jan. 1, 1896, but will not provide themselves with the new 
cap until hereafter ordered. 

III. The veterinary surgeons of each brigade will thoroughly 
inspect all horses reported for duty, and they are hereby author- 
ized to reject horses unfit for service, and order that they shall not 
be returned for allowance on bills or pay rolls. All horses which, 
in the opinion of the veterinary surgeons, are fitted for the duty 
required of them, shall be tagged around the neck with the 
tags furnished by the medical department, and which will not be 
removed. A record of the owner shall be made against the tag 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 205 

number, and no horse shall be returned for allowance on bills or 
pay rolls that is not so tagged and recorded. The veterinary sur- 
geons will inspect all horses prior to their entering the company or 
headquarter stables. If it is necessary, in order to accomplish 
this, to have that duty performed the day before camp, the veteri- 
nary surgeons will perform this duty on those days, and be returned 
on pay rolls for extra duty. The veterinary inspection must be 
completed on Tuesday. 

Lieutenant Osgood, First Brigade, will assist Lieutenant Peter s 
in the inspection of the horses of the Second Brigade. 

IV. The following-named enlisted men of the Massachusetts 
Volunteer Militia, having absented themselves from camp duty of 
their commands for the current year, without leave or proper 
excuse, are hereby discharged for the best interests of the service, 
for neglect of duty : — 

Ambulance Corps. — Private Elgin J. Bill. 

First Regiment Infantry. — Privates Harry Donnelly, August 
Rapp, Company A ; Privates Herbert N. Brownell, William H. 
Craig, William G-. Wood, Company E ; Private Charles E. Han- 
son, Company K. 

Second Regiment Infantry. — Private Harry N. Caldwell, Com- 
pany A ; Private Wilbur F. Boswell, Company C ; Private Arthur 
Schiller, Company F; Private John E. Cummings, Company I. 

Sixth Regiment Infantry. — Private George E. Leavitt, Com- 
pany C ; Privates Patrick Brennan, Alexander Cameron, Com- 
pany D ; Corporal Richard E. Place, Privates Charles H. Dana, 
Charles C. Green, Company G ; Private Peter D. H. Hood, 
Company I ; Privates Lewis R. Joy, William E. Kemp, Fred E. 
Walker, Company M. 

First Battalion Light Artillery. — Privates Edward E. Hammond, 
Paul V. McHale, Battery B ; Privates John F. Gallagher, Charles 
R. Seed, Battery C 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Aug. 10, 1895. 

General Orders, No. 9. 

I. The State Rifle Competition called for by General Order No. 
2, current series, will be shot at the range of the Massachusetts 
Rifle Association, Walnut Hill, Woburn, on Monday, September 
2, subject to such modifications as have been found necessary 
or expedient, as herein stated. 



206 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

The competition will be in charge of Col. George F. Hall, 
Inspector General of Rifle Practice, who will act as executive 
officer, arrange details and be responsible for their proper execution. 

All communications in regard to this competition should be 
addressed to him. 

The following officers are detailed as assistant executive officers 
and are assigned to the following targets : — * 

Major Thomas F. Cordis, A. I. G. R. P., First Brigade Staff, 
to targets No. 1, 2, 3 and 4, at the 200-yard range. 

Capt. Francis H. Appleton, First Corps Cadets, to targets No. 
5*, 6, 7 and 8, at 200 yards. 

Capt. Philip Little, Second Brigade Staff, to targets No. 9, 10, 
11 and 12, at 200 yards. 

Lieut. E. Pelham Dodd, Naval Brigade, to targets No. 1 and 2, 
at 500 yards. 

Major George H. Benyon, Fifth Regiment Infantry, to targets 
No. 3, 4 and 5, at 500 yards. 

Major Frank H. Briggs, First Brigade Staff, is detailed to take 
charge of the statistical department. Lieut. James A. Frye, 
First Regiment Infantry, Brigade Sergt. Major George H. Chase, 
First Brigade Staff, and Brigade Bugler, Second Brigade Staff, 
will report to him for duty on the range. 

Lieut. Albert C. Warren, Fifth Regiment Infantry, with his 
Paymaster Sergeant, is detailed to act as mustering officer and 
will report to this office for instructions. 

All officers and men detailed for this tour of duty will muster 
for pay before leaving the range. 

Lieut. Commander Gardner W. Allen, Naval Brigade, is detailed 
to act as surgeon, and is authorized to detail a hospital steward. 

Brigade and regimental inspectors of rifle practice are detailed 
for this tour of duty and will report to the Inspector General of 
Rifle Practice on the range. 

II. Infantry Competition. 

Conditions. — One score at 200 yards and one score at 500 
yards. Ten shots to each score. No sighting shots. Time limit, 
one minute per shot. Minimum trigger pull, six pounds. Clean- 
ing allowed between ranges only. Time limit will be registered at 
sound of bugle, when firing will begin. 

One coach will be allowed to the 200-yard range and two coaches 
at the 500-yard range ; also, a "spotter if wanted. No others 
allowed inside the lines. 

Teams will consist of fifteen shooters, two substitutes and a 
team captain. Inspectors of Rifle Practice will not be allowed to 
shoot on a team. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 207 

Members of teams must have performed at least one-half of the 
State duty of the present year. 

Medals will be awarded for the fifteen highest aggregate scores 
made by competitors who are qualified sharpshooters and who have 
never won a medal in a State match. 

Competitors making the fifteen highest scores in this match 
(without regard to class) will be mentioned in orders. 

The tri-color will be the trophy for the winning team. 

Any sharpshooter of organizations not entering teams in this 
competition who desires to enter for individual competition may 
make entry on or before August 24, subject to the approval of the 
Inspector General of Rifle Practice ; but the number of such com- 
petitors shall not exceed fifteen. Inspectors of Rifle Practice are 
allowed to enter. 

Entries of teams in this competition will be made to the Inspector 
General of Rifle Practice. 

Any officer or man (except Inspectors of Rifle Practice) under 
detail or present on the range is eligible to fill a vacancy in the 
team of the organization to which he belongs. 

Substitutes not competing are subject to the orders of the In- 
spector General of Rifle Practice. 

III. Cavalry Competition, carbines only. 

For teams of ten from each troop of cavalry in the State. 

Conditions. — One score at 200 yards off-hand. Fifteen shots to 
a score. No sighting shots. No cleaning during the score. Time 
limit, one minute per shot. Minimum trigger pull, six pounds. 

Teams will consist of ten shooters, two substitutes and one 
team captain. One coach allowed. 

The trophy for the winning team will be a set of yellow ribbons 
to be carried on the troop guidon. 

IV. The following are the assignments of targets at 200 
yards : — 

Target No. 1, Second Corps Cadets; target No. 2, First Corps' 
Cadets ; target No. 3, Naval Brigade ; target No. 4, Sixth Regi- 
ment Infantry ; target No. 5, Fifth Regiment Infantry ; target No. 
6, Second Regiment Infantry; target No. 7, Eighth Regiment In- 
fantry ; target No. 8, Ninth Regiment Infantry; target No. 9, 
First Regiment Infantry ; target No. 10, First Battalion Cavalry ; 
target No. 11, Troop F, Cavalry ; target No. 12, individual entries. 
The following are the assignments of targets at 500 yards : — 
First Division — Target No. 1, Second Corps Cadets; target 
No. 2, Naval Brigade; target No. 3, Sixth Regiment Infantry; 
target No. 4, Fifth Regiment Infantry ; target No. 5, Second 
Regiment Infantry. 



208 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S EEPORT. [Jan. 

Second Division. — Target No. 1, Eighth Regiment Infantry; 
target No. 2, First Regiment Infantry ; target No. 3, First Corps 
Cadets ; target No. 4, Ninth Regiment Infantry ; target No. 5, 
individual entries. 

Each regimental, corps and battalion commander (including the 
First Battalion Artillery) will detail one commissioned and one 
non-commissioned officer to report to the Inspector General of 
Rifle Practice to act as supervisors and scorers at 200 yards, and 
they are assigned as follows : — 

Detail from First Regiment Infantry to target No. 11, Troop F. 

Detail from Second Regiment Infantry to target No. 8, Ninth 
Regiment Infantry. 

Detail from Fifth Regiment Infantry to target No. 7, Eighth 
Regiment Infantry. 

Detail from Sixth Regiment Infantry to target No. 2, First 
Corps Cadets. 

Detail from Eighth Regiment Infantry to target No. 5, Fifth 
Regiment Infantry. 

Detail from Ninth Regiment Infantry to target No. 10, First 
Battalion Cavalry. 

Detail from First Corps Cadets to target No. 9, First Regiment 
Infantry. 

Detail from Second Corps Cadets to target No. 6, Second Regi- 
ment Infantry. 

Detail from Naval Brigade to target No. 4, Sixth Regiment In- 
fantry. 

Detail from First Battalion Cavalry to target No. 1, Second 
Corps Cadets. 

Detail from Troop F to target No. 3, Naval Brigade. 

Detail from First Battalion Artillery to target No. 12, individual 
entries. 

The commanding officers of the First Regiment Infantry, Fifth 
Regiment Infantry, Sixth Regiment Infantry, Eighth Regiment 
Infantry, and the First Battalion Cavalry will detail an additional 
officer and also one non-commissioned officer to act as supervisors 
and scorers at 500 yards. They are assigned as follows : — 

First Regiment detail to target No. 1. 

Fifth Regiment detail to target No. 2. 

Eighth Regiment detail to target No. 3. 

Sixth Regiment detail to target No. 4. 

First Battalion Cavalry to target No. o. 

All officers and non-commissioned officers detailed as supervisors 
and scorers will proceed to the targets assigned them immediately 
on arrival at the range. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 209 

Capt. John W. Weeks, Naval Brigade, will detail two officers 
and two non-commissioned officers for telephone service, who will 
report to the Inspector General of Rifle Practice on the train. 

Lieut. Henry W. Sprague and four enlisted men of the Second 
Brigade Signal Corps are detailed to take charge of the pits at 200 
yards. 

Lieut. William N. Tolman and four enlisted men of the First 
Brigade Signal Corps are detailed to take charge of the pit at 500 
yards. 

Lieuts. Sprague and Tolman will report to the Inspector General 
of Rifle Practice for special instructions on or before August 30. 

Captains of teams will apply to the statistical officer for score 
cards immediately on arrival at range. 

The names of all officers and non-commissioned officers under 
special detail for this competition must be sent to the Inspector 
General of Rifle Practice on or before August 28. 

Fatigue uniforms with fatigue caps will be worn on this tour of 
duty. 

Train leaves Union Station (Boston & Maine Railroad) at 8.35 
a.m., with special cars attached. 

No other train for Walnut Hill before twelve o'clock. 

Rules will be strictly enforced, and violation of any rule or any 
act of carelessness will debar the offender. 

The interpretation of rules and the right to debar a competitor 
rest with the Inspector General of Rifle Practice, subject to protest. 

Should a member of a team be debarred, a substitute may take 
his place, but the score made by the competitor debarred will be 
thrown out. 

Any team or competitor aggrieved by a decision of the executive 
officer may enter a protest with him, and he will forward it to the 
Adjutant General. 

Notice of protest must be given before leaving the range, and 
the protest must be made in writing within twenty-four hours of 
the time of closing the match. 

Decisions will be rendered in accordance with Blunt's Small- 
arms Firing Regulations. 

Pay at the rate of $2.00 per day for privates, $2.50 per day for 
non-commissioned officers, and S3. 00 per day for officers, together 
with transportations, will be allowed. 

Brigade and cadet corps commanders are charged with the pro- 
mulgation of this order. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



210 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



Commonwealth oe Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Sept. 3, 1895. 

General Orders, No. 10. 

I. The following-designated commands of the Massachusetts 
Volunteer Militia will perform the duty of annual drill on the days 
and dates and- at the places herein named : — 

First Regiment of Infantry, Col. Thomas R. Mathews, on Mon- 
day, September 23, at Fall River. 

Second Regiment of Infantry, Col. E. P. Clark, on Monday, 
October 7, at Springfield. 

Fifth Regiment of Infantry, Col. W. A. Bancroft, on Tuesday, 
October 1, at Newton.* 

Sixth Regiment of Infantry, Col. Henry Parsons, on Wednesday, 
October 2, at Milford. 

Eighth Regiment of Infantry, Col. W. A. Pew, Jr., on Friday, 
October 11, at Ipswich. f 

Ninth Regiment of Infantry, Col. F. B. Bogan, on Tuesday, 
September 17, at Lawrence. 

Battery A, Light Artillery, Capt. W. D. Ewing, on Saturday, 
October 26, at Boston.! 

Signal Corps, First Brigade, Lieut. W. N. Tolman, on Saturday, 
September 14, at Lincoln. 

Signal Corps, Second Brigade, Lieut. H. W. Sprague, on Tues- 
day, September 17, at Lawrence. 

Ambulance Corps, M. V. M., Captain Myles Standish, on Mon- 
day, October 7, at Lowell. 

II. Commanding officers will assemble their commands at 10 
o'clock a.m., on the dates and at the places named in Paragraph I., 
and are charged with the details ; full, fatigue or campaign dress 
optional. Paymasters will state in muster pay rolls the route and 
distance travelled. 

III. The day will be devoted to drill and practical military work. 

IV. The officers of the inspector general's department, assigned 
to the commands named in Paragraph I., will be in attendance to 
observe and report upon the performance of this duty. The sur- 
geon general will designate a medical officer to observe and report 
on the Ambulance Corps. 

V. The following named, having rendered continuous service 
as a commissioned officer for a period of thirteen years, is, upon 

* Date changed to October 10, Special Orders 110, c. s. 
f Date changed to October 25, Special Orders 110, c. s. 
% Date changed to October 25, Special Orders 121, c. s. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT— Xo. 7. 211 

bis own request, retired under the provisions of section 54, chapter 
367 of the Acts of the year 1893 : — 

Lieut. Col. Eben T. Brackett, Eighth Regiment of Infantry, 
M. V. M., as lieutenant colonel, to date Aug. 6, 1895. 

VI. The following-described device as the insignia on the 
undress coat of inspectors of rifle practice, M. V. If., is hereby 
adopted : — 

For infantry, the "crossed rifles;" for cavalry, the "crossed 
sabres." In the upper angle the number of regiment, battalion or 
cadet corps; in the lower angle, the letters "I. R. P.," gothic 
design, embroidered in gold, fastened to each side of the collar, 
one inch from its edge and midway of its height. 

VII. The following-named enlisted men of the Massachusetts 
Volunteer Militia, having absented themselves from camp duty of 
their commands for the current year, without leave or proper 
excuse, are hereby discharged for the best interests of the service, 
for neglect of duty : — 

Signal Corps, Second Brigade. — Private Charles Hopkins. 

Fifth Regiment Infantry. — Private Edward H. Wiley, Com- 
pany A ; Privates Frank A. Raymond, Cornelius G. Harrington, 
Edward W. Perkins, Benjamin Pierce. Company D : Private John 
H. Robertson, Company F ; Privates Oscar Anderson. Walter C. 
Mann, Company G ; Privates Walter E. Foster, Robert Reardon, 
Company H ; Privates Fred P. Angell, Ralph E. Leary, Harry H. 
Russell, Company M. 

Eighth Regiment Infantry. — Privates Peter J. Beckingham, 
William F. Fox, Charles E. Follett, Alfred Hazlewood, Evers W. 
Towne, Company A ; Bugler Aime Casavant, Private John E. 
Eaton, Company B ; Private William H. Wallace, Company E ; 
Privates John W. Wernery, John McGurty. Herbert Jenkins, 
Company K ; Privates Daniel Cronan, Dennis Keefe, Company L ; 
Privates George N. Frost, Herbert L. Hatch, Company M. 

Ninth Regiment Infantry. — Privates John Hogan, William E. 
Mumford, Patrick O'Brion, Company C : Private Thomas F. Mad- 
dock, Company D; Privates John E. Hankin, James J. Kearney, 
James F. Lynn, George W. Pelham, Company E ; Private Dennis 
Marquis, Company F; Privates Joseph S. Donohue,* John J. 
Driscoll,f John J. Roach, Company H ; Privates David L. 
McDonald, Patrick J. McNally, James O'Neal, Company I : Pri- 
vates William Buckley, John J. Burns, Arthur M. Farmer, John 
J. Kelley, John J. Pender, Company K : Privates Dolor Cormier, 

* Anulied by Special Orders 129, 1S9-5. 
t Amended by Special Orders 139, 1895. 



212 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

James F. Hickey, Albert S. Lyon, Company L ; Privates Harry 
R. Brown, George N. Carter, James Cairns, Charles Elliott, Fred 
E. Esterbrook, Richard Notherick, Eugene C. Saunders, Com- 
pany M. 

Naval Brigade. — Quartermaster Arthur P. Teele,* Seamen 
Walter T. Littlefield, Thomas L. Miskell, James J. Phelan,* 
Prescott Warren, Company D ; Seaman Frank U. Bliss, Com- 
pany H. 

Second Corps Cadets. — Sergeant William Kelly, Private Ber- 
tram B. Conrad. 

First Battalion Cavalry. — Private Benjamin J. Corbin, Com- 
pany D. 

VIII. The following-named enlisted men have been discharged 
and the re-enlistment clause erased from their discharge certificate, 
for misdemeanor : — 

Eighth Regiment Infantry. — Privates William E. Bulfinch, 
Adorlord Josslin, John H. Newcomb, Company D ; Private Forest 
A. Jellison, Company I ; Private Edwin E. Currier, Company K. 

Ninth Regiment Infantry. — Privates Hugh P. Gilloghy, Cor- 
nelius F. O'Brien, Company C. 

Naval Brigade. — Seamen William B. Seignious, Jr., Willard C. 
Van Derlip, Jr., Company B ; Seamen Walter A. Boyden, Gus- 
tave F. Magnitzky, Company C ; Seaman Alva M. Hubbard, Com- 
pany E ; Seaman Edward C. Cuddy, Company G. 

Second Corps Cadets. — Private Everett H. Nason. 

First Battalion Cavalry. — Private John Holland,! Company D. 
By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Oct. 30, 1895. 

General Orders, No. 11. 

I. In accordance with the provisions of sect. 16, chap. 367, 
of the Acts of 1893, Mr. Luke R. Landy, Superintendent State 
Arsenal, is hereby detailed to examine the military property of the 
Commonwealth issued to the militia, in order to fully determine its 
amount and condition, and the necessity of the service in the way 
of clothing and equipment. 

II. Mr. Landy is authorized to fix the date on which he will 
inspect the clothing and other property in the possession of any 

' * Amended by Special Orders 139, 1895. 
f Discharged by sentence of court-martial. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 213 

command, and, on the date named by bim, any officer notified of 
such inspection will have in armory all the property for which he is 
responsible, or which may have come into his hands by requisition 
or otherwise, and will fully account for any and all property be- 
longing to the Commonwealth or to the United States. 

III. Mr. Landy will report to this office from time to time the 
results of his inspections. 

IV. The same facilities will be accorded Mr. Landy as would 
be given a commissioned officer from the Inspector General's de- 
partment under like detail. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 

Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office. Boston, Dec. 12, 1895. 

General Orders, No. 12. 

The following awards covering the rifle competitions for the year 
1895, under General Orders Nos. 2 and 9, c. s., are published for 
the information of the militia : — 

Regimental Competitions. 

I. Company teams of ten, ten shots each at 200 yards (possible 
score 500). 

First Regiment Infantry, June 6 ; the regimental trophy (en- 
graving), " Waterloo," was won by Company B, with a score of 
415. 

Second Regiment Infantry, June 4 ; the regimental trophy (en- 
graving) , " Salute to the Wounded," was won by Company M, with 
a score of 407. 

Fifth Regiment Infantry, July 22 ; the regimental trophy (en- 
graving), " Waterloo," was won by Company F, with a score of 
405. 

Sixth Regiment Infantry, June 4 ; the regimental trophy (engrav- 
ing), " Prissonier," was won by Company A, with a score of 407. 

Eighth Regiment Infantry, August 17; the regimental trophy 
(engraving), " Salute to the Wounded," was won by Company K, 
with a score of 411. 

Ninth Regiment Infantry, August 16 ; the regimental trophy 
(engraving), " Shiloh," was won by Company L, with a score of 
3G4. 

First Corps Cadets, July 18 ; the corps trophy was won by Com- 
pany B, with a score of 366. 



214 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Second Corps Cadets, August 26 ; the corps trophy (engrav- 
ing), " Mort de Correus," was won by Company C, with a score 
of 400. 

Naval Brigade, August 2 ; the brigade trophy (engraving) , 
" White Squadron," was won by Company H, with a score of 421. 

Cavalry Competition. 

II. Troop teams of ten, fifteen shots each at 200 yards (possi- 
ble score 750). 

Competition September 2; the battalion trophy (engraving), 
"Waterloo," was won by Troop F, with a score of 575. 

The State General Competition. 

III. For teams of fifteen, firing ten shots at 200 and 500 yards, 
took place September 2 at Walnut Hill, and was won by the team 
of the Sixth Regiment of Infantry, with a score of 1,251. 

Individual trophies (medals) w%re won as follows : — 

First Prize, Sergt. George P. Cooley, Company B, First Regi- 
ment Infantry, score 90. 

Second Prize, Sergt. H. J. Smith, Company B, Second Regi- 
ment Infantry, score 90. 

Third Prize, Sergt. Major V. C. Pond, First Corps Cadets, 
score 88. 

Fourth Prize, Priv. R. M. Neidel, Company G, Second Regi- 
ment Infantry, score 88. 

Fifth Prize, Priv. J. D. Upton, Company D, First Corps Cadets, 
score 87. 

Sixth Prize, Sergt. W. S. Ripley, Jr., Signal Corps, First 
Brigade, score 87. 

Seventh Prize, Sergt. F. T. Fischer, Company E, Sixth Regi- 
ment Infantry, score 87. 

Eighth Prize, Capt. J. H. Joubert, Company F, Ninth Regi- 
ment Infantry, score 87. 

Ninth Prize, Seaman O. H. Buckholz, Company H, Naval 
Brigade, score 87. 

Tenth Prize, Priv. S. B. Smith, Company G, Fifth Regiment 
Infantry, score 87. 

Eleventh Prize, Capt. F. C. Damon, Company K, Eighth Regi- 
ment Infantry, score 86. 

Twelfth Prize, First Sergt. A. T. Tonrose, Company C, First 
Regiment Infantry, score 86. 

Thirteenth Prize, Priv. W. B. Jackson, Company F, Fifth Regi- 
ment Infantiy, score 85. 



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215 



Fourteenth Prize, Seaman A. J. Perkins, Company H, Naval 
Brigade, score 85. 

Fifteenth Prize, Lieut. John Breen, I. R, P., Ninth Regiment 
Infantry, score 85. 

The State Team. 

TV. The fifteen competitors making the highest aggregate 
scores are as follows : — 



Corp. W. W. Cooke, Company I, Fifth Regiment Infantry, score. 
Lieut. C. T. Hilliker, Company D, Eighth Regiment Infantry, score, . 
Sergt. E. E. Baudoin, Company E. First Regiment Infantry, score, . 
Sergt. F. E Gray, Company A, Sixth Regiment Infantry, score, 
Sergt. G. P. Cooley, Company B, First Regiment Infantry, score, 

_t. H. J. Smith. Company B, Second Regiment Infantry, score, . 
Bu_'ler P. S. Killam. Company A, Sixth Regiment Infantry, score, 
Bugler A E. Harlow, Company I, First Regiment Infantry, score, 
Priv. W. G. Hussey, Company C, Second Corps Cadets, score, . 
Sergt. Major V. C. Pond, N. C. S . First Corps Cadets, score, 
Priv. J. P. Reardon, Company F, Ninth Regiment Infantry, score, 
Priv. R. M. NeiJel, Company G, Second Regiment Infantry, score, . 
Priv. J. D. Upton, Company D, First Corps Cadets, score, . 
Sergt. W. S. Ripley, Jr., Signal Coips, First Brigade, score, 
Sergt. F. T. Fischer, Company E, Sixth Regiment Infantry, score, 



92 
91 
90 
90 
90 
90 
90 
89 
88 
88 
Bfl 
SS 
.87 

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V. The Sixth Regiment Infantry, by virtue of its team making 
the best score in the State general competition, is entitled to carry 
the tri-color on its colors for the year 1896. 

VI. Troop F, Cavalry, by virtue of its team making the best 
score in the cavalry competition with carbines, is entitled to carry 
the yellow ribbons on its guidon for the year 1896. 

VII. Col. Thomas R. Mathews, commanding First Regiment 
of Infantry. M. V. M., will, after Jan. 1, 1896, turn over to the 
commanding officer of the Sixth Regiment of Infantry the tri- 
color awarded to that regiment in paragraph 5. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton", 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Dec. 17, 1895. 

General Orders, Xo. 13. 

I. The reports of the hearing before the Judge Advocate Gen- 
eral under S. O. 28, C. $., on the charges against Lieut. Frank B. 
Parsons, Company " D," Naval Brigade, M. V. M., and of the 
Court of Inquiry under S. O. 87, C. S., of which Lieut. Col. J. H. 
"Whitney, 5th Infantry, is President, to inquire into certain charges 



216 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

against Capt. Anthony D. Mitten, Company " M," 9th Infantry, 
having been submitted to His Excellency the Governor and Com- 
mander-in-chief, for his action, his orders thereon are as follows : — 

Commonwealth or Massachusetts, 
Executive Department, Boston, Dec. 16, 1895. 

After a full and impartial hearing before the Judge Advocate General 
on the charges preferred by Capt. John W. Weeks, Chief of the Naval 
Brigade, M. Y. M , against Lieut. Frank B. Parsons of Company "D" 
of his command, and upon consideration of the report submitted by the 
Judge Advocate General, I find evidence perhaps sufficient to sustain a 
finding of guilty on certain minor technical charges, but the good of the 
service would not be promoted by discharging Lieut. Parsons on such 
grounds. No further proceedings are considered necessary, as suspen- 
sion from command hitherto is deemed a sufficient punishment. 

This decision is based solely on the military offences alleged, as no 
investigation of the civil charges against him was had. Let Lieut. Par- 
sons be restored to his command. # 

The Court of Inquiry instituted under Special Orders No. 87, dated 
July 16, 1895, of which Lieut. Col. Jophanus H. Whitney, Fifth Regi- 
ment of Infantry, is President, and Captain Francis R. Bangs, Second 
Brigade, M. V. M,, is Judge Advocate, having submitted the report of its 
investigation of the charges preferred by Col. F. B. Bogan, Ninth Regi- 
ment of Infantry, M. V. M., in the case of Captain Anthony D. Mitten, 
of Company "M" of his command, in which prima facie evidence is 
found sufficient to warrant a trial by court martial and which the Court 
recommends : therefore, let a court martial be instituted for the trial of 
Captain Mitten on the charges preferred against him. 

Frederic T. Gkeenhalge, 

Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

II. Further proceedings against Lieut. Frank B. Parsons, Com- 
pany "D," Naval Brigade, are hereby abandoned and the said 
Lieut. Parsons r-estored to command. 

III. A General Court Martial is hereby appointed to meet at 
the South Armory, Boston, on Thursday, Dec. 26, 1895, at 11 
o'clock a.m., or as soon thereafter as practicable, for the trial of 
Capt. Anthony D. Mitten, Company " M," Ninth Regiment of 
Infantry, M. V. M., and such other persons as may be brought 
before it by authority from these headquarters. 

Detail for the Court, 

1. Lieut. Col. Charles L. Hovey, 1st Infantry, President. 

2. Major Charles K. Darling, 6th Infantry. 

3. Major L. N. Duchesney, 1st Battalion Artillery. 

4. Capt. Wm. H. Goff, 5th Infantry. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 217 

5. Capt. Walter E. Lombard, 1st Infantry. 

6. Capt. Francis R. Bangs, J. A., 2d Brigade, is appointed 

Judge Advocate. 
No other officers than those named can be assembled without 
manifest injury to the service. The Court will sit without regard 
to hours. 

Col. F. B. Bogan, Ninth Regiment of Infantry, will detail one 
private from his command to report to the President of the Court 
for duty as an orderly. 

IV. The Court of Inquiry of which Lieut. Col. J. H. Whitney, 
Fifth Regiment of Infantry, is President, is hereby dissolved. 
By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Dec. 31, 1895. 

General Orders, No. 14. 

I. Major Windsor M. Ward, Eighth Regiment of Infantry, 
having rendered continuous service for the period of ten years and 
upwards, is retired upon his own request, with the rank of Major, 
to date Dec. 21, 18i)5, as provided in section 54, chapter 367, 
Acts of 1893. 

II. The following-named enlisted men of the Massachusetts 
Volunteer Militia, having absented themselves from annual drill 
of their commands for the current year, without leave or proper 
excuse, are hereby discharged for the best interests of the service, 
for neglect of duty : — 

First Regiment Infantry. — Privates Alfred Larson, Frank H. 
Darragh, Company C ; Privates George Herbert, Allen R. Swift, 
Company F ; Private John D. Oatt, Company L. 

Second Regiment Infantry. — Drummer Edward J. McGinley, 
Headquarters ; Privates James E. Mowey, Herbert H. Whitworth, 
Company A ; Privates William A. Mattice, Archie C. Tullock, 
Company D ; Private Willie E. Sevrens, Company F ; Private 
William J. Smith, Company G ; Privates Charles A. Ball, John H. 
Blanchard, Owen A. Blanchard, John Finn, Napoleon Laplant, 
Michael J. Murphy, James A. Nolan, Alexander Parks, Lewis C. 
Phelps, Company I ; Privates Edward T. Russell, Charles W. 
Thayer, Company L. 

Fijth Regiment Infantry. — Private Herbert W. Card, Company 
A ; Privates Edward A. Moore, Walter C. McKay, Company C ; 
Privates James H. Griffin, Henry A. Junior, Hugh G. Kennedy, 



218 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

Richard E. Kinney, Company E ; Private Frank A. Preble, Com- 
pany F ; Private James Anthony, Company G ; Privates Charles 
D. Janes, Carl K. Sanborn, Company H. 

Sixth Regiment Infantry. — Privates Herman W. Crooker, An- 
drew Y. Rogers, Company C ; Privates Alonzo K. Greenlaw, Fred 
W. Mace, Company E ; Private Adelbert H. Page, Company F ; 
Private Ernest F. West, Company H ; Private Joseph P. Powers, 
Company K. 

Eighth Regiment Infantry. — Private Henry E. Tomlinson, Com- 
pany C ; Private Patrick F. Megary, Company D ; Privates David 
W. Allen, Philip H. Louis, Frank W. Robinson, Joseph A. Standly, 
Company E ; Privates Charles R. Shackleford, Evard L. Ellison, 
Company H ; Privates William Conley, Thomas Coyle, Richard P. 
Lawless, John Thompson, Company L. 

Ninth Regiment Infantry, — Privates Henry A. Nickerson, Mar- 
tin T. Sullivan, Charles Steinbrey, Dennis A. Teahan, Company 
A ; Private Martin E. Dolan, Company B ; Privates James Cloo- 
ney, John J. Gill, Richard J. Winmouth, Company C ; Privates 
Patrick J. Hewett, Richard A. Linehan, Thomas McCarthy, John 
O. Wheeler, Company F; Privates James W. Flanagan, William 
Feuge, Patrick M. Hayes, Matthew J. Hurley, Company G ; Pri- 
vate Patrick Harrity, Company K ; Privates George E. Chamber- 
lain, Arthur H. McCann, Company L. 

III. The following-named enlisted men have been discharged 
and the re-enlistment clause erased from their discharge certificate, 
for misdemeanor : — 

Fifth Regiment Infantry. — Private Carroll C. Preble, Company F. 

Eighth Regiment Infantry. — Privates John W. French, Riche- 
lieu O. Irvine, William T. Stephens, Company I. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, Feb. 9, 1895. 

Circular. 

A voluntary revolver competition, open to officers or non-com- 
missioned officers of the Massachusetts Volunteer Militia owning 
the United States army or navy regulation revolver, will be opened 
at the South Armory, Irvington Street, Boston, on Tuesday even- 
ing, March 12, 1895, at 7 o'clock, and continued on succeeding even- 
ings until finished. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 219 

Shooting will be under the following rules and conditions : — 

I. Fatigue uniforms will be worn. 

II. Distance : 50 yards. 

III. Target : regulation elliptical as used for rifle shooting at 
200 yards. 

IV. Scores : five of six shots each. 

V. Time limit : one minute to each score and one minute for 
cleaning and loading. 

VI. Position : standing, arm extended, elbow free from body. 

VII. Trigger pull : minimum pull four pounds. 

VIII. Three prize cups, first, second, third, suitably inscribed. 
Competitors furnish their own ammunition. 

Application must be made to the inspector general of rifle prac- 
tice, 206 Federal Street, Boston, on or before March 5, who will 
have charge of the competition. 

Should there be more entries than can be shot in one evening, 
assignments will be made by lot, and competitors notified of the 
evenings on which they are to shoot. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 

Office of Inspector General of Rifle Practice, 

Boston, March 9, 1895. 

Circular. 

Published for information of the militia. 



Assignments for Rifle Practice. 

The following days are assigned the militia stationed in Boston 
for target practice at Walnut Hill during the season commencing 
June 10 and ending Oct. 31, 1895 : — 

Monday. — Naval Brigade ; Company L, Sixth Regiment In- 
fantry ; Company H, Fifth Regiment Infantry. 

Tuesday. — First Regiment Infantry ; Company A, Fifth Regi- 
ment Infantry. 

Thursday. — First Corps Cadets ; Commander-in-Chief and 
Staff ; First Brigade Staff ; Second Brigade Staff ; First Battalion 
Cavalry. 

Friday. — Ninth Regiment Infantry. 

Headquarters will shoot on days assigned to their organizations. 

For the purpose of securing to each organization its proportion 



220 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 



50 hours 


50 


u 


50 


a 


470 


it 


190 


tt 


70 


It 


540 


tt 


330 


tt 


330 


tt 


190 


tt 



of the time allowed for the use of the range, the following table 
is given, showing the number of hours due each command : — 



Commander-in-Chief and Staff, 
First Brigade Staff, . 
Second Brigade Staff, 
First Regiment Infantry, 
Fifth Regiment Infantry, 
Sixth Regiment Infantry, 
Ninth Regiment Infantry, 
First Corps Cadets, . 
Naval Brigade, . 
First Battalion Cavalry, 



Each organization using targets will keep a record of the date 
and number of hours. 

Any member of the above-mentioned organizations may shoot 
on a day not assigned to his command whenever such use of targets 
does not interfere with the shooting of the organization assigned to 
that day (and with the permission of the officer in command) ; but 
each command is expected to use the day allotted to it as far as 
possible. 

The Inspector of Rifle Practice of the Naval Brigade, the First 

^Regiment of Infantry, the First Corps Cadets, the First Battalion 

of Cavalry and the Ninth Regiment of Infantry will each have 

general supervision of shooting on days assigned to his command, 

and will act as executive and range officer. 

On days when the Inspector of Eifle Practice is not on the range 
the senior officer present of the organization assigned to those days 
will be in charge. 

Each detachment must be in charge of an officer or competent 
non-commissioned officer, who will report to the range keeper on 
arrival at the range. 

No shooting on assignments on legal holidays. The rules of the 
Massachusetts Rifle Association in regard to the use of the range 
and those which govern shooting must be strictly observed, and 
officers are expected to make themselves familiar with all such rules. 

No intoxicating liquors allowed on the grounds. 

Executive officers are expected to preserve order and discipline, 
and to report any serious violation of rules to the Inspector General 
of Rifle Practice. 

" Firing parties should always be in charge of officers or non- 
commissioned officers, who are reminded of the great responsibility 
which they assume, and the necessity of exercising extreme caution 
in order to prevent accidents. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 221 

" Rifles should be loaded at the firing point only, and should be 
inspected before leaving the range. 

"The ammunition of the company should be in trustworthy 
hands." General Orders, No. 2, C. S. 

Reasonable transportation will be furnished on application of the 
Inspector of Rifle Practice of each organization to the Inspector 
General of Rifle Practice. 

If needed, extra ammunition can be purchased of the range 
keeper. 

By communicating with the range keeper (Mr. W. T. Kendall, 
Woburn, Mass.), special arrangements for lunches, barges or the 
use of targets can be made. 

It is expected that shooting will be in uniform, and that all 
officers will set this example. 

It is hoped that company commanders will avail themselves of 
the use of the targets early in the season, as this department re- 
serves the right to discontinue the use of the range before the close 
of the target season. 

The following are the Inspectors of Rifle Practice of the different 
organizations embraced in this circular : Lieut. Robert Ball Edes, 
Fifth Regiment Infantry. Lieut. John Breen, Ninth Regiment 
Infantry. Lieut. William A. Hayes, 2d, First Corps Cadets. 
Lieut. Henry N. Sweet, Naval Brigade. Lieut. James W. Jones, 
Sixth Regiment Infantry. Lieut. Horace D. Litchfield, First 
Battalion Cavalry. Lieut. John B. Paine, First Regiment In- 
fantry. 

Special Target Assignments. 

Special arrangements having been made by which a limited 
number of targets (Nos. 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12) at Walnut Hill can 
be used by the militia stationed in Boston on Saturday afternoons, 
commencing March 30, assignments will be made (for these tar- 
gets only) subject to the rules and regulations of the Massachusetts 
Rifle Association, and also the following conditions : — 

a. Each squad must be accompanied by an officer or competent 
non-commissioned officer, who will be held strictly accountable for 
the conduct of his men, and for the observance of the rules and 
regulations mentioned above. 

b. Disorderly conduct of any nature is forbidden, and soldiers 
(not members of the Massachusetts Rifle Association) must re- 
frain from use of space or targets not assigned them, and must 
not handle or meddle with the property of the members. 

c. Shooting will be done in fatigue uniform. 



222 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

d. No intoxicating liquors are allowed on the range, and any 
use of them will be sufficient grounds to debar a soldier from 
further use of the targets, and every offence of this nature must 
be reported to the Inspector General of Rifle Practice. 

e. The number of soldiers (not members of the Association) 
allowed in the shooting house under these special arrangements is 
limited to thirty-jive, and the senior officer present will so arrange 
that no more than that number be present in the building at any 
one time ; but it is not necessary that the squads be equally 
divided, according to the number of targets. 

/. Under these special arrangements it must be understood by 
all officers and men that they are subject to the direction and con- 
trol of the officers of the Massachusetts Rifle Association while on 
the range, and must promptly obey their orders ; and if aggrieved 
by any ruling or decision must submit at the time, but may report 
the matter to the Inspector General of Rifle Practice in writing. 

g. If a good amount of interest is shown, it is expected that 
the arrangements now made can be extended throughout the entire 
season ; but such extension depends on the conduct of the soldiers 
using the range, as Saturday is the regular shooting day of the 
Association, and the regular members are always present, who will 
not tolerate any noisy or disorderly conduct or any interference 
with their shooting. 

h. Assignments will be made from the office of the Inspector 
General of Rifle Practice direct to the company commanders, and 
each commander will make such arrangements as will ensure a 
good use of the time allotted to his command, as a charge is made 
for opening these targets, whether they are used or not. 

The Inspectors of Rifle Practice of the different organizations 
will also be notified of the days and targets assigned to their com- 
mands. 

i. No targets will be assigned to any headquarters on Satur- 
days, as these arrangements are made to accommodate the enlisted 
men, who have great difficulty in obtaining leave of absence from 
work on other days of the week without loss of pay or jeopardiz- 
ing their positions by neglect of business. 

j. In case a company should need a target for qualification 
practice on a Saturday not assigned them, a request can be made 
for the same to this department, and a target will be assigned on 
Saturday forenoon (if nothing prevents). Such request must be 
made in writing not less than one week before the date wished for, 
but use of targets under such assignments must not extend beyond 
12.30 p.m. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 223 

k. It is hoped that company commanders will make use of the 

full time allowed them, as this department reserves the right to 

discontinue the use of the range before the close of the target 

season. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Geo. F. Hall, 

Colonel and Inspector General of Rifle Practice. 
Approved : Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



Circular. 



Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 
Adjutant General's Office, Boston, July 10, 1895. 



The following papers, read before the school for officers, presided 
over by Maj. William H. Devine, surgeon Ninth Regiment In- 
fantry, M. V. M., at the South Armory, Boston, June 20, 1895, 
are published to the militia : — 

Duty of the Surgeon, before leaving the Armory, on 

Emergency Calls. 

By Charles W. Galloupe, formerly First Lieutenant and Assistant Surgeon, Bat- 
tery A, Light Artillery, M. V. M. 

-These considerations will apply more particularly to the duties 
of the surgeon of a horse battery, if suddenly called into active 
service for street-riot duty or for a cross-country ride. Assuming 
that the rations are already on hand or have been properly arranged 
for by the commissary, the surgeon will make as careful an inspec- 
tion as feasible, to assure himself that they are right in quantity 
and quality, and that the haversacks, canteens and other recepta- 
cles are clean and serviceable. He will then overhaul his medical 
supplies and increase the quantity of certain articles or eliminate 
superfluous ones, in accordance with his ideas of the exigencies of 
this particular tour of duty. It is desirable to reduce the bulk of 
surgical apparatus as much as possible for convenience in transport- 
ing and storing, and for this reason it is not desirable to carry an 
assortment of special splints In fact, on any tour of duty I had 
rather have a bundle of a dozen flat splint boards, three inches wide 
and two feet long, with a half-dozen pieces of sheet wadding, than 
a box full of moulded splints. Add to this outfit two long ham 
splints and two tin internal angulars for the elbow, with a roll of 
adhesive bandage, and I would guarantee to put up any fracture 
satisfactorily. A multitude of apparatus is a nuisance to a skilled 
surgeon and a snare in the hands of the ignorant. If you make 



224 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 

your own splint, you will fit it to the limb ; if you have a scanty 
supply of special splints, you will contrive somehow to fit the limb 
to one of the splints on hand. In camp, where ample time is to 
be had for preparation and sufficient room for storage, a complete 
set of special splints is a convenience and a luxury, but for an 
emergency kit I should prefer the plain splint board. 

The surgeon should then take time to make a thorough inspec- 
tion of the men, not forgetting to have in his hand a small pocket 
note-book. This inspection has three distinct objects in view : 
first, to see if the men are in efficient working order ; second, to 
protect the State against possible future damage claims for per- 
sonal injury, by noting any existing disability; third, to protect 
the surgeon against hostile criticism on the score of negligence or 
incompetence. 

A muzzle-loading field-piece is equivalent to a well-equipped 
gymnasium, in its ability to call into action every part of the hu- 
man body. Let the surgeon look out particularly for lame backs, 
sprained joints, sore fingers, inflamed eyes and other temporary 
defects, which the soldier in his enthusiasm might omit to mention. 
Rule the man out at once if he be not thoroughly competent for all 
the duties of driver and cannoneer, as there are no " soft snaps " 
on emergency duties for pay-drawing loafers. If defects exist 
that are not actually disabling, note them fully in the pocket note- 
book, as to degree, duration, cause, predisposition, and also as to 
whether the ailment is on the increase or on the wane. This serves 
two good purposes : it protects the surgeon, by proving him to be 
a man of foresight, accurate in observing and recording facts ; 
and it protects the State, by giving reliable data that may cause 
the saving of thousands of dollars on future claims for personal 
injuries. Criticise the men's underclothing and boots, and see that 
they are seasonable, remembering that night patrol duty is very 
chilling, while warm clothing and woollen gloves keep up the 
animal heat and the good spirits of the men. 

The injuries most to be anticipated in field artillery service are 
wounds and bruises from jamming in limbering the piece and from 
the kicks of the horses ; while sprains and fractures may be caused 
from the rearing and plunging of the horses and by falls from the 
boxes. In any case the surgeon had better have a plentiful supply of 
antiseptic dressings and lotions, with bandages and splint material. 

If there is time before leaving the armory, let the surgeon look 
over the horses, if the veterinary be not in attendance, noting if 
any are vicious or unruly, and if so, let experienced drivers be 
placed on them, as " preventive surgery " is quite as important as 
preventive medicine. 



1896.] PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 225 

In short, my advice would be, " inspect everything, and make 
record of everything that is not up to the proper standard of 
efficiency." You will then do justice to the State that employs 
you, to the men who trust you and to yourself. 

Duties of a Medical Officer on Breaking Camp. 

By Lieut. Franklin G. Balch, Assistant Surgeon Naval Brigade. 

These may be divided into three heads: (1) the care of the 
sick and wounded men under his charge; (2) the care of his 
equipment, and the selection of such portion of it as is to go with 
the wounded ; (3) the proper disinfection of sink holes, privy 
vaults, garbage, infected bedding, etc. 

Under the first head the question arises whether the wounded 
are to be taken with the command, or left behind under the charge 
of an assistant surgeon. This is a question which expediency 
would have to settle. If to be left behind, a proper medical 
officer must be detailed to stay in charge, and the necessary 
assistants. Food must be obtained from the quartermaster suffi- 
cient to last until the surgeon can again get his men within the 
reach of the base of supplies. If the wounded men are to be 
taken with the command, transportation must be provided, the 
conveyance depending on the nature of the ground to be traversed. 
On islands, very rough country or boats, litters should be pro- 
vided and carried by men detailed for bearers. In some places 
horse litters might be used. In a country where there were roads 
the ambulances could be used. When possible, provision should 
be made for the disposition of the wounded and sick at the end 
of the journey before the start is made, so that there shall be no 
delay at the end of a tedious trip, waiting for ambulances or 
arrangements to be made for their reception. 

The question of food for sick and wounded is one which should 
be most carefully arranged. The surgeon should estimate the 
amount, and decide upon the kind of food needed for the men 
under his charge. Ordinary food should be obtained from the 
quartermaster, but beef extracts, etc., should come from the 
medical supplies. A sufficient supply of bandages, dressing 
and medicine to be used on the journey should be kept out of 
the main medical supplies, so that they may be readily avail- 
able. 

The medicines and general medical supplies should be carefully 
packed together with all the medical equipment which will not be 
needed on the trip. Transportation will be arranged for by the 
quartermaster. 



226 ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan/96. 

As to the disposition of what is left behind, if retreating from an 
enemy, little care need be paid to anything likely to annoy him, and 
privy vaults, sink holes, etc., maybe left to the enemy's discretion. 
If, however, there is no such haste, everything should be left in the 
best possible sanitary condition. If the privies have stood over 
running water, or where the tide ebbs and flows, there will be noth- 
ing to be done,; but if they have stood over holes in the earth, the 
surface of the excreta should be covered thickly with chloride of 
lime, and the holes filled in if the camp ground is not to be soon 
used again. Garbage may be burned or buried. Any infected 
bedding, old dressings, etc., should be burned. 

Such, in a general way, are the duties of the surgeon on breaking 
camp. I might go into greater detail, with the exercise of a little 
more imagination ; but the object of this meeting to-day is, I take 
it, simply to outline the duties of surgeons under certain conditions, 
and tell definitely to whom application should be made for those 
services and articles for which the medical department is not 
directly responsible. 

By order of the Commander-in-Chief, 

Samuel Dalton, 

Adjutant General. 



APPENDIX. 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



233 



Summary of Casualties. 



Commander, . 

Captains, 

First Lieutenant, . 

Lieutenant Junior Grade, 

Second Lieutenants, 

Ensigns, 

Staff Officers, 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



235 



Discharges arid Loss of Enlisted Men, etc. — Continued. 



ORGANIZATION. 


Company. 


By Order. 


Promotion 


Died. 


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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



237 



Summary. 



ORGANIZATION. 


Company. 


By Order. 


Promotion. 


Died. 


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16 


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June 25, 1895. 

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George E. Simmons, Adams, 
June 25, 1895. 

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June 25, 1895. 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



311 



ROSTER. 



Commissioned Officers in Order of Lineal Rank. 



Frederic T. Greenhalge, Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

Staff of the Commander-in-Chief \ 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Staff. 



Dalton, Samuel, Major General, 

Davidson, Albert 0., Brigadier General, 

Forster, Edward Jacob, Brigadier General 

Champlin, Edgar R., Brigadier General, 

Corr, Peter H., Colonel, 

Bunting, William M., Colonel, 

Benton, Everett C, Colonel, 

Hall, George F., Colonel, . 

Carter, James L., Colonel, . 

King, Frederick G., Colonel, 

Parker, Percy, Colonel, 

Wellington, Fred W., Colonel, 

Page, Cyrus A., Colonel, . 

Lakin, James A., Colonel, . 

Lovell, Benjamin S., Colonel, 

Goetting, August H., Colonel, 

Moses, George W., Colonel, 

Capelle, William C, Colonel, 

Richardson, Frank S., Colonel, 

Kenny, Charles, Colonel, . 

Hastings, Henry, Colonel, . 

Barrett, William, Colonel, . 

Walsh, Frederick T., Colonel, 



Jan. 4 

4 

April 25 

Jan. 4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

13 

13 

May 25 

Jan. 4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 

1 

4 

4 

4 

4 

4 



1883, 
1894, 
1895, 
1894, 
1894, 
1894, 
1894, 
1894, 
1892, 
1892, 
1893, 
1894, 
1894, 
1894, 
1894, 
1894, 
1894, 
1895, 
1894, 
1894, 
1894, 
lh94, 
1894, 



Adjutant General. 
Commissary General. 
Surgeon General. 
Judge Advocate Gen. 
Aide-de-Camp. 
Aide-de-Camp. 
Aide-de-Camp. 
Insp. Gen. Rifle Prac. 
Asst. Insp. General. 
Asst. Insp. General. 
Asst. Insp. General. 
Asst. Insp. General. 
Asst.Adjt. General. 
Asst. Adjt. General. 
Asst. Adjt. General. 
Asst. Adjt. General. 
Asst. Adjt. General. 
Asst Adjt Genefal. 
Asst. Q. M. General. 
Asst Q. M. General. 
Asst. Q. M. General. 
Asst. Q. M. General. 
Asst. Q. M. General. 



Brigadiers General and Staff. 



No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Date of 
Commission. 


Brigade. 


Staff. 


1 
2 

1 
2 
3 
4 


Brigadiers General. 
Peach, Benjamin F , Jr., . . 
Bridges, Benjamin F., . . 

Staff Officers. 
Fry, Charles C, Lieut. Colonel, . 
Parker, Bowdoin S., Lieut. Colonel, 
Hersey , Freeman C.,Lieut.Colonel, 
Blood, Robert Allen, Lieut.Colonel, 


Feb. 18, 1882, 
Jan. 5, 1889, 

Mar. 4, 1882, 
Jan. 23, 1889, 
April 13, 1891, 
May 2, 1895, 


2d. 
1st. 

2d, 
1st, 
2d, 

1st, 


Asst.Adjt. Gen. 
Asst.Adjt. Gen. 
Med. Director. 
Med. Director. 



312 



ADJUTANT GENEEAL'S EEPOET. 



[Jan, 



Brigadiers General and Staff — Concluded. 



No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Date of 

Commission. 


Brigade. 


Staff. 


1 


Briggs, Frank H., Major, 


Jan. 


2, 1890, 


1st, 


Asst.Insp. Gen. 


2 


Hall, Aaron A., Major, . 


April 


13, 1891,. 


2d, 


Asst.Insp. Gen. 


3 


Cordis, Thomas F., Major, . 


Jan. 


12, 1894, 


1st, 


Asst. Insp.Gen. 
Rifle Practice. 


4 


George, Elijah, Major, . 


June 


7, 1894, 


2d, 


Asst. Insp.Gen. 
Rifle Practice. 


1 


Lambert, William T., Captain, 


Jan. 


15, 1884, 


2d, 


Aide-de-Camp. 


2 


Havden, Charles L., Captain, 


Feb. 


21, 1889, 


1st, 


Brigade Q. M. 


3 


Dewey, Henry S., Captain, . 




25, 1889, 


1st, 


JudgeAdvocate. 


4 


Dexter, Gordon, Captain, 




30, 1893, 


1st, 


Prov. Marshal. 


5 


Rantoul, Augustus N., Captain, . 




30, 1893, 


2d, 


Brigade Q. M. 


6 


Keeler, George A., Captain, . 




4, 1894, 


1st, 


Aide-de-Camp. 


7 


Bridges, Corril, E., Captain, 


Mar. 


17, 1894, 


1st, 


Aide-de-Camp. 


8 


Little. Philip, Captain, . 


July 


9, 1894, 


2d, 


Aide-de-Camp. 


9 


Parker, Francis S., Captain, 




9, 1894, 


2d, 


Engineer. 


10 


Wilev, John P., Captain, 


May 


2, 1895, 


2d, 


Prov. Marshal. 


11 


Bangs, Francis R., Captain, . 


July 


5, 1895, 




JudgeAdvocate. 


1 


Sprague, Henry W., 1st Lieut., . 


April 


20, 1891, 


2d, 


Signal Officer. 


2 


Tolman, "William N., 1st Lieut., . 


Feb. 


16, 1894, 


1st, 


Signal Officer. 



Ambulance Corps. 



No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Date of Commission. 


1 
2 
3 


Rolfe, William A., 1st Lieutenant, .... 


April 20, 1894. 
Feb. 20, 1894. 
April 20, 1894. 



Field and Staff Officers of Infantry, 







Date of 




No. 


NAME AND RANK. 






Regiment. 






Commission. 






Colonels. 








1 


Bancroft, "William A., .... 


Feb. 


7, 1882, 


5th Regiment. 


2 


Mathews, Thomas R., .... 


Dec. 


10, 1888, 


1st Regiment. 


3 


Clark, Embury P., 


Feb. 


2, 1889, 


2d Regiment. 


4 


Parsons, Henry, 


Mar. 


24, 1890, 


6th Regiment. 


5 


Bo«an, Frederick B., . . . . 


Jan. 


3, 1893, 


9th Regiment. 


6 


Pew, "William A., Jr., .... 

Lieutenant Colonels. 


June 


28, 1895, 


8th Regiment. 


1 


Edmands, Thomas F., . 


Oct. 


14, 1873, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


2 


Logan, Lawrence J., .... 


Nov. 


6, 1889, 


9th Regiment. 


3 


Woodward, Charles F., . 


Mar. 


24, 1890, 


6th Regiment. 


4 


Hovey, Charles L., 




5, 1891, 


1st Regiment. 


5 


Shurnway, Edwin R 


Nov. 


3, 1893, 


2d Regiment. 


6 


Whitney, Jophanus H., .... 


May 


23, 1894, 


5th Regiment. 


7 


Johnson, Samuel A., .... 


July 


10, 1895, 


2d Corps Cadets. 



1896.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 7. 



313 



Field and Staff Officers of Infantry — Continued. 



Xo. 



SAME AND BANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Begiment. 



Majors. 

1 Grady, Patrick J , . 

2 Rogers, George R., . 

3 Chaffin, George H., . 

4 Donovan, William H., 

5 Benvon. George H., 

6 Oakes, William H., . 

- mthmavd, Frederick G 

8 Taylor, George H . . 

9 Morgan. Richard H., 

10 Dyar, Perlie A., 

11 O'Connor. Michael J., 

12 Darline, Charles K., 

13 Pfaff, Charles, . 

14 Bailey, Edward W. M., 

15 Whipple, Rueben A , 

16 Mossman, Adelbert M., 

17 Dow, William C, . 

18 Perk, Walter F., 

19 Fairbanks, Henry B, 



Adjutants — First Lieutenants 

1 Fitz, Andrew, . , 

2 Hill, J. Edward R , 

3 Ballard, Harry P , . 

4 Lancaster, John E., 

5 Frye, James A , 

6 Kelley. Joseph J , 
Sontter, James T , . 

8 Eldredge, Edward H., 



Quartermasters — First Lieutenants. 

1 Simonds. Edward A., 

2 Colson, Charles D. . 

3 Barnes, Frederick P., 

4 Woodman, Chanes B., 

5 Nugent, James H . . 

6 Lovering, Charles T., 

7 Carpenter John M., . 

8 Chanes, Fred Wonson, 



Surgeons — Majors. 

1 Richardson. William L., 

2 Clark, David. . 

3 Marion, Otis H., 

4 Rice, Charles H., . 

5 Devine, William H., 

• monds. Benjamin R., Jr., 
7 Foster, Charles C, . 



Assistant Surgeons — First Lieutenants 

1 Brown, Orlan'd J., . 

2 Green, Charles M., . 

3 Dearing, Howard S., 

4 O'Callaghan. Dennis F., 

5 Chase, H. Lincoln, . 

6 Porter, Omer P., 

7 Simpson, James E., 

8 Cogswell, William, . 

Paymaster — Captain. 
Stevens, Charles E., 



. April 


8, 


1881, 


9th Reeiment. 


. Mav 


29, 




1st Corps Cadet3. 


. Mav 


16, 




6th Reeiment. 


June 


27, 


1888, 


9th Reeiment. 


. Julv 


21, 




5th Reeiment. 


Jan. 


30, 




5th Reeiment.. 


. Feb. 


2, 




2d Regiment. 


. Julv 


2, 


1890, 


6th Rt eiment. 


. Mav 


5, 


1891, 


1st Reeiment. 




5, 


1891, 


1st Regiment. 


. Mar. 


30, 




9th Reeiment. 


. April 


4, 


1893, 


6th Regiment. 


. May 


18, 


1893, 


1st Raiment. 


. ■ Oct. 


6, 


1893, 


8th Regiment. 


Nov 


3, 


1893, 


2d Regiment. 


. Mav 


23. 


1894, 


5th Regiment. 


June 




1895, 


8th Regiment. 


. Julv 


10, 




2d Corps Cadets 




30, 


1895, 


2d Regiment. 



April 13, 18S0, 

Mar. 26, 1883, 

Oct. I*. 
; April 5. 

Mav 9, 1891, 
I April 16, 1892, 
12, 

Nov. 27, 1895, 



Julv 1, 1868, 
16, 1881, 
Feb. 

April 24. 
Julv 16, 
Feb 21, 1894, 
April 15. 
July 16, 1895, 



Nov. 6, 

Aug. 25. 

April 18, 1883, 

Dec. 

May 1. 1888, 

Jau. 18, 1889, 

Max. 22, 1889, 



' Sept. 20. 

i Aug. 3, 1881, 

I April 1. 1887, 

I June 15, 1888, 

j Julv 25, 1889, 

i April 5, 1890, 
Mav 4, 1893, 

! Aug. 19, 1S95, 



Jan. 9, 1874, 



2d Corps Cadets. 
1st Corps Cadets. 
5th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
6th Reeiment. 
8th Reeiment. 



2d Corps Cadets. 
2d Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
1st Reeiment. 
9th Regiment. 
1st Corps Cadets. 
6th Regiment. 
8th Reeiment. 



1st Corps Cadets. 
2d Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
2d Corps C:> 
5th Reeiment. 



2d Regiment. 
1st Corps Cadets. 
1st Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
8th Reeiment. 



1st Corps Cadets. 



314 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



Field and Staff Officers oj Infantry — Concluded. 







Date of 




No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Commission. 


Regiment. 




Paymasters — First Lieutenants. 








2 


Maloon, Edward A., .... 


April 2 


2d Corps Cadets. 


3 


Parker, Horace B., . 








May 


26, 1886, 


1st Regiment. 


4 


Warren, Albert C, . 








Dec. 


27, 1889, 


5th Regiment. 


5 


Tucker, Edward G., 








May 


14, 1890, 


6th Regiment. 


6 


Dobbins, Henrv, 








Feb. 


12, 1891, 


9th Regiment. 


7 


Edson, Archibald C, 








Mar. 


19, 1892, 


2d Regiment. 


8 


Wheatland, George, Jr., 








July 


16, 1895, 


8th Regiment. 




Inspectors of Bifle Practice — First 










Lieutenants. 








1 


Edes, Robert B., 


Aug. 


17. 1886, 


5th Regiment. 


2 


Merritt, Walter H., . 








July 


29, 1887, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


3 


Breen, John, . 








June 


21, 1888, 


9th Regiment. 


4 


Hayes, William A., 2d, 








Feb. 


7, 1889, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


5 


Jones, James William, 








Aug. 


3, 1893, 


6th Regiment. 


6 


Paine, John B., 








June 


20, 1894, 


1st Regiment. 


7 


Hawkins, Paul R., . 








May 


10, 1895, 


2d Regiment. 


8 


Barroll, Thomas D., 








Dec. 


26, 1895, 


8th Regiment. 




Chaplains. 










1 


Butler, Ellery C, . 




Jan. 


3, 1881, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


2 


Barrows, Samuel J., 








Oct. 


5, 1882, 


5th Regiment. 


3 


Savage, Minot J., 










29, 1883, 


1st Regiment. 


4 


Lee, James, 








July 


1, 1884, 


9th Regiment. 


5 


DusseaultjWilliam F., 








May 


14, 1890, 


6th Regiment. 


6 


Welwood, George C, 










9, 1891, 


2d Regiment 


7 


Sanders, George D., 










21, 1891, 


8th Regiment. 



Line Officers of Infantry. 







Date of 




• 


No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Commission. 


Co. 


Regiment. 




Captains. 










1 


Braley, Sierra L., . 


Dec. 


17, 1878, 


M, 


1st Regiment. 


2 


Appleton, Francis H., 








July 


19 


1879, 


A, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


3 


Alline, Wm. H., . 








Aug. 


10, 


1881, 


B, 


1st Corps Cauets. 


4 


Rice, Henry B , 








Mar. 


13 


1883, 


D, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


5 


Robeson, Andrew, 








June 


5 


1883, 


c, 


1st Corps Cadets. 


6 


Frothingham, Joseph E 


t 






May 


27 


1887, 


D, 


1st Regiment 


7 


Goff, William H., . 








Nov. 


18, 


1887, 


I, 


5th Regiment. 


8 


Morrison, Walter E., . 










21, 


1887, 


K, 


5th Regiment. 


9 


Leonard, John J., . 








Mar. 


8 


1888, 


G, 


2d Regiment. 


10 


WiLiamson, Charles, 










19 


1888, 


I, 


1st Regiment. 


11 


Murray, Geo P. H., 








May 


1 


1888, 


B, 


9th Regiment. 


12 


Murray, Fieeman, 








Jan. 


2 


1889, 


I>, 


8th Regiment. 


13 


McDonald, Henry, 










11 


1889, 


B, 


2d Regiment. 


14 


Danforth, Norris 0., 








Sept. 


16 


1889, 


F, 


1st Resiment. 


15 


Keefe, Daniel J., . 










17 


1889, 


A, 


9th Regiment. 


16 


Haves, John J., 








Feb. 


11 


1890, 


H, 


9th Regiment. 


17 


Joubert, Joseph H., 








May 


6 


1890, 


F, 


9th Regiment. 


18 


Magurn, Frank T. L., 










12 


1890, 


D, 


9th Regiment. 


19 


O'Rielley, Richard P., 








June 


30 


1890, 


G, 


8th Regiment. 


20 


Stover, Willis W., 








Nov. 


17 


1890, 


A, 


5th Regiment. 


21 


Sweetser, Stanwood G., 






Dec. 


29 


, 1890, 


H, 


6th Regiment. 


22 


Pierce, Frederick E., . 






Jan. 


16, 


1891, 


L, 


2d Regiment. 



1896.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



315 



Line Officers of Infantry — Continued. 



No. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Co. 



Regiment. 



F., 



Captains — Concluded 

23 Chick, Albert B., . 

24 Terry, Arthur E., . 

25 Shaughnessey, William 

26 Damon, Frank C, 

27 Whiting, Fred M., 

28 Williams, William J., 

29 Clement, Murray D., 

30 Mitten, Anthony D., 

31 Baker, Charles J., 

32 Quinby, George F., 

33 Locke, Elmoie E., 

34 Parsons, Horace M., 

35 Priest, George H., 

36 Butler, Willard C., 

37 Dowd, Lewis A., . 

38 Meredith, Francis, Jr., 

39 Carr, Edward B , . 

40 Williams, Henry L., 

41 Gihon, Edward J., 

42 Lombard, Walter E., 

43 Goodell, Ulvsses A., 

44 Stopford, William, 

45 Whitney, Horace E., 

46 Barber, Philip I., . 

47 Nowell, John P., . 

48 Graves, Frank A., 

49 Quintan, Tuomaa F., 

50 Mason, Edward E., 

51 Cousens, George N. B., 

52 Prince, Arthur D., 

53 Morris, Michael E., 

54 Devlin, George A., 

55 Scott, J. Albert, 
66 Horton, Frank S-, 

57 Kimball, George D., 

58 Crosier, William J., 

59 Barrett, Edwin G., 

60 Westcott, John U., 

61 Morgan, Roger, 

62 Movnihan, Jeremiah, 

63 Reed, Charles F., . 

64 Tuttle, Samuel H., 

65 Wyer, Edwin F., . 

66 Purbeck, Dudley B., 

67 Bolles, Herbert H., 

68 Valentine, Frederic P., 

69 Nutter, Charles P., 

70 Shea, John J., 

71 Bean, Horace S., . 

72 Hicks, Herbert O., 

73 Sullivan, John J., . 

74 Hassam, Walter E., 

75 Ropes, Reuben W., 

76 Rider, Phineas L., 

77 Perkins, Alexander G., 

78 Pratt, Walter L., . 



First Lieutenants. 

1 Ticknor. Thomas B., . 

2 Clarke, William B., 

3 Tisdell, Moses H., 

4 Tolman, William S., . 



Feb. 


4 


1891, 


Mar. 


23 


1891, 




23 


, 1891, 


April 


7 


, 1891, 




15 


, 1891, 




20 


, 1891, 


May 


11 


, 1891, 


June 


11 


, 1891, 


July 


6 


1891, 


Aug. 


10 


1891, 




21 


1891, 


Oct. 


21 


1891, 


Mar 


18 


, 1892, 


May 


16 


1892, 




16 


1892, 


July 


16 


1892, 


Aug. 


24 


1892, 


Dec. 


13 


, 1892, 


Jan. 


2 


, 1893, 




23 


, 1893, 


Mar. 


10 


1893, 


April 


10 


1893, 




22 


, 1893, 


May 


11 


1893, 


June 


21 


, 1893, 


July 


3 


, 1893, 




6 


, 1893, 




10 


, 1893, 


Nov. 


7 


, 1893, 




11 


, 1893, 




27 


, 1893, 


Dec. 


18 


1893, 


Jan. 


15 


, 1894, 




28 


1894, 




26 


1894, 


Feb. 


14 


1894, 


April 


5 


1894, 




23 


1894, 


May 


3 


1894, 


Aug. 


27 


1894, 


Sept. 


18, 


1894, 


Oct. 


27 


1894, 


Dec. 


17, 


1894, 




21 


1894, 


Jan. 


23 


1895, 


Feb. 


25, 


1895, 


Mar. 


Hi 


1895, 




25 


1895, 


June 


14, 


1895, 




25, 


1895, 




25 


1895, 




28, 


1895, 


July 


12, 


1895, 


Aug. 


13, 


1895, 


Oct. 


12, 


1895, 


Dec. 


16, 


1895, 



Aug. 31, 1881, 

May 8, 1883, 

July 18, 1888, 

Dec. 10, 1888, 



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I, 

H, 

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I, 

A, 

B, 

K, 

E, 

M, 

E, 

A, 

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C, 

B, 

I, 

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L, 

F, 

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A, 
E, 
K, 
G, 
M, 

I, 

G, 

H, 

F, 

E, 

C, 

D, 

B, 

M, 

E, 

H, 

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A, 

H, 



B, 
A, 
A, 



1st Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
1st Regime ot. 
5th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
1st Kegitnent. 
8th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
5th Regiment.. 
8th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
2d Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
5th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 
6th Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
9th Regiment. 
2d Regiment. 
2d Corps Cadets. 
2d Regiment. 
8th Regiment. 
1st Regiment. 



1st Corps Cadets. 
1st Corps Cadets. 
2d Regiment. 
5th, Regiment. 



316 



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Line Officers of Infantry — Continued. 



No. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Co. 



Regiment. 



First Lieutenants — Continued. 

5 Goodridge, Henry B., 

6 Bouv6, Walter L., . 

7 Flanigan, Benjamin J.,. 

8 Sands, Patrick A., 

9 Crane, Henry, 

10 Kmcaide, Henry L., 

11 Crawley, William J., Jr. 

12 Green, Fred F., 

13 Crotty, David M., . 

14 Cannon, Peter J., . 

15 Train, Edgar R , . 

16 Jackson, William H., 

17 Nostrom, Charles F., 

18 Howes, Frederic S., 

19 Keenan, John S., . 

20 Day, John E„ 

21 Hayes, William C, 

22 Mann, James H., . 

23 Moulton, Horatio D., 

24 Field, Charles H., . 

25 Clark, Herbert A., 

26 Dunn, John H., . 

27 McDonald, Fred, . 

28 Fairweather, William, 

29 Fuller, David, 

30 Flanders, Philip J., 

31 Phillips, Ferdinand H. 

32 Higgins, Andrew M., 

33 Forbes, James, 

34 Preston, Joseph W., 

35 Spencer, John E., . 

36 Paine, Sumner, 

37 Rogers, George M , 

38 Fales, Harold E., . 

39 Hamilton, Clifford E, 

40 Gove, Enoch, 

41 Richardson, Harry T. B 

42 Murphy, Daniel J., 

43 Whitten, Herbert W., 

44 Chamberlain, Harold B. 

45 Packard, Daniel W., 

46 Young, William L , 

47 Worthen, George E., 

48 Hosrner, Frank P., 

49 Lowe, George H., . 

50 Warriner, William S , 

51 Facey, Charles W , 

52 Chase, A. Preston, 

53 Walsh, James F., . 

54 Hines, Mathew E , 

55 Moore, Harry C, . 

56 Cook, Cyrus H., . 

57 Joy, Frank L., 

58 Lewis, Arthur E , . 

59 Thayer, Glenroy A., 

60 Wade, William W., 

61 Nichols, Walter P., 

62 Fowler, Albert A., 

63 Gillow, Joseph S., . 

64 Swan, William L , 

65 Driscoll, John J., . 

66 Webb, Arthur N., 

67 Simmons, George E., 



Jan. 



Jan. 2 
Feb. 19 

11 
May 6 

12 
June 9 

30 
Dec. 29 
Feb. 5 
Mar. 23 
April 8 

20 
May 11 
Aug. 10 
Sept. 14 

21 
Feb. 

8 
Mar. 18 
April 8 

25 
May 16 
July 16 
Aug. 24 
Nov. 22 
Jan. 2 
Feb. 20 
Mar. 10 

16 
April 10 

28 
June 21 
July 10 

10 
Aug. 7 
Nov. 7 

11 

27 

27 
Dec. 18 

18 
1 

26 
April 13 

23 
May 3 
7 
7 
June 19 
Aug. 27 
Sept. 18 
Oct. 27 
Nov. 13 

19 
Dec. 17 

17 

21 
Jan. 23 
Feb. 12 
Mar. 20 

25 
June 21 

2 



, 1889 
, 1889 
, 1890 
, 1890 
, 1890 
, 1890 
, 1890 
, 1890 
, 1891 
, 1891 
,1891 
, 1891 
, 1891 
, 1891 
, 1891 
, 1891 
, 1892 
, 1892 
, 1892 
, 1892 
, 1892 
, 1892 
, 1892 
, 1892 
, 1892 
, 1893 
, 1893 
, 1893 
, 1893 
, 1893 
, 1893 
, 1893 
, 1893 
, 1893 
, 1893 
, 1893 
, 18A3 
, 1893 
, 1893 
, 1893 
, 1893 
, 1894 
, 1894 
, 1894 
, 1894 
, 1894 
, 1894 
, 1894 
, 1894 
, 1894 
, 1894 
, 1894 
, 1894 
, 1894 
, 1894 
, 1894 
, 1894 
, 1895 
, 1895 
, 1895 
, 1895 
, 1895 
, 1895 



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H, 
F, 
C, 
K, 
G, 
H, 
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K, 
D, 
L, 
C, 
K, 
L\ 
B, 
G, 
L, 

S 

I, 

H, 

G, 

M, 

A, 

F, 

I: 

E, 

A, 

A, 

A, 

M, 

F, 

I, 

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L, 

M, 

F, 
I, 
B, 

r>, 

E, 
E, 
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K, 
B, 
G, 
M, 

I, 

A, 

D, 

I, 

G, 

H, 

F, 

M, 

L, 

D, 

B, 

M, 



8th Regiment. 

1st Corps Cadets. 

9th Regiment. 

9th Regiment. 

9ih Regiment. 

5th Regiment. 

8th Regiment. 

6th Regiment. 

9th Regiment. 

9th Regiment. 

2d Regiment. 

6th Regiment. 

1st Regiment. 

1st Regiment. 

1st Regiment. 

1st Regiment. 

2d Regiment. 

5th Regiment. 

6th Regiment. 

2d Regiment. 

5th Regiment. 

9th Regiment. 

5th Regiment. 

6th Regiment. 

1st Regiment. 

6th Regiment. 

1st Regiment. 

6th Regiment. 

8th Regiment. 

8th Regiment. 

2d Corps Cadets. 

1st Regiment. 

9th Regiment. 

6th Regiment. 

5th Regiment. 

8th Regiment. 

6th Regiment. 

9th Regiment. 

8th Regiment. 

6th Regiment. 

1st Regiment. 

2d Regiment. 

2d Corps Cadets. 

2d Regiment. 

5th Regiment. 

2d Regiment. 

5rh Regiment. 

8th Regiment. 

9th Regiment. 

9th Regiment. 

5th Regiment. 

6th Regiment. 

1st Corps Cadets. 

5th Regiment. 
, 2d Regiment. 
1 5th Regiment. 

8th Regiment. 

2d Regiment. 

9th Regiment. 

1st Regiment. 

6th Regiment. 

2d Corps Cadets. 

2d Regiment. 



1896.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



317 



Line Officers of Infantry — Continued. 







Date of 






No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Commission. 


Co. 


Regiment. 




First Lieutenants — Concluded. 








68 


Barry, John J 


June 25, 1895, 


E, 


9th Regiment. 


69 


Prior, Wright S., . 






28, 1895, 


H, 


2d Regiment. 


70 


Inman, Harry B., . 






July 8, 1895, 


c, 


5th Regiment. 


71 


Ropes, Charles F., 






12, 1895, 


c, 


2d Corps Cadets. 


72 


McNeilley, John S., 






Aug. 7, 1895, 


E, 


6th Regiment. 


73 


Gilman, William F., 






13, 1895, 


c, 


2d Regiment. 


74 


Flanders, William F., 






Oct. 12, 1895, 


A, 


8th Regiment. 


75 


Renfrew, William, 






Dec. 16, 1895, 


H, 


1st Regiment. 


76 


Hathaway, Thomas S., 






23, 1895, 


E, 


1st Regiment. 




Second Lieutenants. 








1 


Hilliker, Charles T., . 


Jan. 2, 1889, 


D, 


8th Regiment. 


2 


Sterling, John A.., . 






11, 1889, 


B, 


2d Regiment. 


3 


Desmond, Michael J., 






June 20, 1890, 


B, 


9th Regiment. 


4 


Carey, John B., 






Feb. 5, 1891, 


D, 


9th Regiment. 


5 


Verge, Joseph A., . 






6, 1891, 


G, 


1st Regiment. 


6 


Boles, Michael S., . 






13, 1891, 


F, 


9th Regiment. 


7 


Gallagher, John B., 






Mar. 23, 1891, 


K, 


9th Regiment. 


8 


Chapman, Herbert L., 






Aug. 10, 1891, 


K, 


1st Regiment. 


9 


Gilman, William F., 






25, 1891, 


c, 


2d Regiment. 


10 


Dana, James W., . 






Sept. 14, 1891, 


r>, 


1st Regiment. 


11 


Underwood, Marshall, 






21, 1891, 


B, 


1st Regiment. 


12 


Marshall, George L., 






Oct. 12, 1891, 


M, 


8th Regiment. 


13 


Gregg, Alexander, Jr., 






Dec. 2, 1891, 


c, 


6th Regiment. 


14 


Cutting, Frank F., 






Feb. 8, 1892, 


L, 


5th Regiment. 


15 


Colburn, David W., 






Mar. 18, 1892, 


B, 


6th Regiment. 


16 


Sykes, George H., . 






April 25, 1892, 


I, 


5th Regiment. 


17 


Casey, William J., 






May 16, 1892, 


I, 


9th Regiment. 


18 


Dunton, Edwin A., 






June 13, 1892, 


D, 


5th Regiment. 


19 


Horton, George E., 






20, 1892, 


I, 


1st Regiment. 


20 


Gilson, Henry Y., 






Aug. 11, 1892, 


H, 


5th Regiment. 


21 


Howard, George S., 






24, 1892, 


G, 


6th Regiment. 


22 


Borden, Walter F., 






Nov. 22, 1892, 


M, 


1st Regiment. 


23 


Walton, Charles E., 






Jan. 2, 1893, 


A, 


6th Regiment. 


24 


Meek, William J., . 






Feb. 20, 1893, 


F, 


1st Regiment. 


25 


Sears, Richard D., 






Mar. 14, 1893, 




1st Corps Cadets. 


26 


Currier, Edward E, 






April 11, 1893, 


- 


1st Corps Cadets. 


27 


MeNulty, Philip, . 






May 4, 1893, 


M, 


9th Regiment. 


28 


Whiting, William E., . 






8, 1893, 


F, 


5th Regiment. 


29 


Crowley, Thomas F., . 






9, 1893, 


F, 


8th Regiment. 


30 


Noyes, Francis C, 






9, 1893, 


G, 


8th Regiment. 


31 


Bray, Rowland W., 






June 22, 1893, 


A, 


5th Regiment. 


32 


Sullivan, Timothy J., . 






July 10, 1893, 


A, 


9th Regiment. 


33 


Church, Horace R., 






10, 1893, 


M, 


6th Regiment. 


34 


Siee, Charles A , . 






Sept. 11, 1893, 


c, 


8th Regiment. 


35 


Hodgdon, Charles E., , 






Nov. 7, 1893, 


I, 


8th Regiment. 


36 


Connealev, Philip, 






27, 1893, 


L, 


9th Regiment. 


37 


Clark, Thomas F., . 






Jan. 9, 1894, 


H, 


9th Regiment. 


38 


Taylor, Franklin G., 






11, 1894, 


F, 


6th Regiment. 


39 


Folev, Joseph J , . 






15, 1894, 


c, 


9th Regiment. 


40 


Bordman, John, Jr., 






17, 1894, 


A, 


1st Regiment. 


41 


Bryant, Ernest L., 






26, 1894, 




2d Corps Cadets. 


42 


Lucke, Frederick H., . 






April 5, 1894, 


a", 


2d Regiment. 


43 


Gray, Edwin R., . 






13, 1894, 


E, 


2d Regiment. 


44 


Nelson, Otto J. C., 






23, 1894, 


E, 


5th Regiment. 


45 


Powers, Philip C, 






May 3, 1894, 


K, 


2d Regiment. 


46 


Kirby, Charles J., . 






7, 1894, 


B, 


5th Regiment. 


47 


French, Henry W., 






7, 1894, 


K, 


8th Regiment. 


48 


Rae, Thomas, Jr., . 






9, 1894, 


D, 


2d Regiment. 


49 


Quirk, Joseph P., . 






11, 1894, 


G, 


2d Regiment. 


50 


Hurley, John F., . 






Aug. 27, 1894, 


G, 


9th Regiment. 


61 


Gonyer, Benjamin F., . 






Sept. 12, 1894, 


F, 


2d Regiment. 


52 


Groves, Charles H., 






18, 1894, 


M, 


5th Regiment. 



318 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. [Jan. 





Line Officers of Infantry — Cone 


iludec 


I. 






Date of 






No. 


NAME AND RANK. 


Commission. 


Co. 


Regiment. 




Second Lieutenants — Concluded. 










53 


Smith, B. Farnham, 


Oct. 


27, 1894, 


J, 


6th Regiment 


54 


Wells, Herbert C., . 






Nov. 


13, 1894, 




1st Corps Cadets. 


55 


Braxton, George W., , 








23, 1894, 


l" 


6th Regiment. 


56 


Wetherbee, Winthrop, 






Dec. 


14, 1894, 




1st Corps Cadets. 


57 


Moyniban, Daniel J., 








17, 1894, 


i7 


2d Regiment. 


58 


McCarthy, Thomas, 








17, 1894, 


G, 


5th Regiment. 


59 


McDowell, John F., 






Mar. 


25, 1895, 


D, 


6th Regiment. 


60 


Hall, Arthur E., . 






April 


24, 1895, 


c, 


1st Regiment. 


61 


Cheney, Fred A., . 






May 


1, 1895, 


L, 


1st Regiment. 


62 


Bickford, J. Russell, . 








3, 1895, 


L, 


2d Regiment. 


63 


Freeman, Benjamin A., 








6, 1895, 


H, 


6th Regiment. 


64 


Laferriere, Ernest J., . 






June 


25, 1895, 


M, 


2d Regiment. 


65 


Fish, Edward B., . 








28, 1895, 


H, 


2d Regiment. 


66 


Coolidge, Clarence W., . 






Aug. 


7, 1895, 


E, 


6th Regiment. 


67 


Allen, Frank L , . 








13, 1895, 


c, 


2d Regiment. 


68 


Springer, Ernest R., 








19, 1895, 


c, 


5th Regiment. 


69 


Whitney, William H., . 






Sept. 


23, 1895, 


K, 


5th Regiment. 


70 


Robertson, Robert, 








26, 1895, 


E, 


8th Regiment. 


71 


Langdon, George W., 






Oct. 


30, 1895, 


A, 


8th Regiment. 


72 


White, Ernest C, . 






Nov. 


21, 1895, 


H, 


8th Regiment. 


73 


Grant, Bertie E., . 






Dec. 


16, 1895, 


H, 


1st Regiment. 


74 


Crowley, William A., 








17, 1895, 


E, 


9th Regiment. 


75 


Gibbs, Joseph L., . 








23, 1895, 


E, 


1st Regiment. 



1896.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — Xo. 7. 



319 



Field, Staff and Line Officers of Artillery. 



NAME AND BASK. 



Date of 



Co 



Major. 
Duchesney, Lawrence N., 



Adjutant, rank First Lieutenant. 
Clayton, Fred I., 



Quartermaster, rank First Lieutenant. 
Hennessey, William H., . . . 



Surgeon, rank Major. 
Harvey, John F., . 



Assistant Surgeon, rank First Lieutenant. 
Brooks, William A., Jr., . 



Veterinary S ank First Lieutenant. 
Osgood, Frederic H., 



Paymaster, rank First Lieutenant. 
Clapp, Henry B., 



May 19, 1893, 



Mar. 6, 1895, 



May 24, 1893, 



May 26, 1893, 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



May 23, 1895, A, Unattached. 



Captains. 
Stedman, William L., . 
Bruso, Joseph, Jr., 
Ewing, William D., 



April 5, 1893, 



May 24, 1S93, 



First Lieutenants. 
Sanborn, George A., 
Haynes, Herbert W., 
Sareent. Charles F., 
Gonld, William T., 
Peabody, Jacob C. R., 
Parker, Richard Fay, 



Second Lieutenants. 
Walworth, Willard B., . 
Goldsmith. George H., . 

Powell, John S 

Wain wright, Amory D., 



Mav 24. 
Mar. 24, 1894, 
May 8, 1895, 



Oct. 14, 1887, 
April 1, 1>92, 
Mav 24, 1893, 
Mar. 24, 1894, 
Mav 8, 1895, 
Mav 8, 



Feb. 1, 1893, 

Mav 24, 1S93, 

Mav 24. 1893, 

May 8, 1895, 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



C, 1st Battalion. 
B, 1st Battalion. 
A, Unattached. 



C, 
B, 

C, 
B, 

A. 
A, 



1st Battalion. 
1st Batralion. 
1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 
Unattached. 
Unattached. 



B, 1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 

C, 1st Battalion. 
A, Unattached. 



320 



ADJUTANT GENEKAL'S EEPORT. [Jan. 



Field, Staff and Line Officers of Cavalry. 



NAME AND BANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Co. 



Major. 



Kemp, Horace G., 



Adjutant, rank First Lieutenant. 
Locke, Frank L., 



Quartermaster, rank First Lieutenant. 
Newton, Sullivan B., . 



Surgeon, rank Major. 
Mills, George Westgate, 



• • 



Assistant Surgeon, rank First Lieutenant. 
Howard, Amasa, 



Veterinary Surgeon, rank First Lieutenant. 
Peters, Austin, 



Paymaster, rank First Lieutenant. 
Pierce, James W., .... 



Inspector Rifle Practice, rank First Lieut. 
Litchfield, Horace D., . 



Chaplain. 
Rider, William H., 



Captains. 
Shaw, Elisha H., . 
Perrins, William A., 
Jones, Oscar A., . 



First Lieutenants. 
Leighton, Amos R., 
Perrins, John, Jr., 
Young, Doris A., . 



Second Lieutenants. 
Quigley, William J., . . 
Fairbanks, James L., . 
Guild, Curtis, Jr., 



Mar. 


25, 1884, 


- 


Jan. 


14, 1889, 


- 


Jan. 


31, 1882, 


- 


Aug. 


13, 1894, 


- 


Feb. 


19, 1889, 


F, 


June 


29, 1891, 


- 


April 


5, 1887, 


- 


June 


27, 1893, 


- 


April 


15, 1884, 


- 


Sept. 

Jan. 

May 


16, 1893, 

13, 1895, 

7, 1895, 


F, 
D, 

A, 


Sept. 

Jan. 

May 


16, 1893, 

16, 1895, 

7, 1895, 


F, 

r>, 

A, 


Sept. 

Jan. 

May 


16, 1893, 

16, 1895, 

7, 1895, 


F, 
D, 
A, 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



Unattached. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



1st Battalion. 



Unattached. 
1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 



Unattached. 
1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 



Unattached. 
1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 



1896.] 



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321 



Field, Staff and Line Officers of Naval Brigade. 



NAME AND RANK. 



Date of 
Commission. 



Co. 



Weeks, John W., 



Captain. 



Lieutenant Commanders. 
Denny, Arthur B., 
Paul, William M., 



Adjutant, rank Lieutenant. 
Dodd, Edward Peiham, 

Ordnance Officer, rank Lieutenant. 
Sweet, Henry N., 

Equipment Officer, rank Lieutenant. 
Cutts, Harry M , 

Paymaster, rank Lieutenant. 
Tuckerman, Charles S., ... 



Surgeon, rank Lieutenant Commander. 
Allen, Gardner W., .... 

Engineer, rank Lieutenant. 
Fry, Alfred B., 



Signal Officer, rank Lieutenant, Junior 
Grade. 
Hayes, Hammond V., . . . . . 

Aid, rank Lieutenant, Junior Grade. 
Perkins, Charles B., 

Battalion Adjutants, rank Lieutenant, 

Junior Grade. 

(Vacancy ) 

(Vacancy.) 

Assistant Surgeon, rank Lieutenant, Junior 
Grade. 

Abb6, Edward H., 

Balch, Franklin G., 



Lieutenants, Chief of Division. 
Sears, Henry D., ,. 
Dexter, Jenness K., 
Parsons, Frank B., 
Dillawav, James H., Jr., 
White, Edgar T., . 
Edgar, William B., 
Bond, Alfred H., . 



Apr. 3, 1894, 



Apr. 22, 1893, 
Apr. 3, 1894, 



Apr. 25,1894, 

Mar. 22, 1893, 

Aug. 13, 1894, 

Apr. 25, 1894, 

Apr. 25, 1894, 

Mar. 22, 1893, 

Mar. 23, 1893, 

Aug. 21, 1895, 



Oct. 19, 1893, 
May* 8, 1894, 



Sept. 30, 1892, 
Mar. 6, 1893, 
28, 1893, 
Apr. 17, 1894, 
May 15, 1894, 
Dec. 11, 1894, 
Jan. 15, 18^5, 



E, 
H, 

D, 
B, 
A, 
F, 
C, 



Brigade. 



2d Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 



Brigade. 
Brigade. 
Brigade. 
Brigade. 
Brigade. 
Brigade. 

Brigade. 
Brigade. 



1st Battalion. 
2d Battalion. 



2d Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 



2d Battalion. 
2d Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 
2d Battalion. 
1st Battalion. 



322 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S KEPORT. 



[Jan. 



Field, Staff and Line Officers oj Naval Brigade — Concluded. 





Date of 






NAME AND RANK. 






Co. 






Commission. 






Lieutenants, Junior Grade. 










Brigham, Charles H., 


Mar. 


2-5, 1890, 


B, 


1st Battalion. 


Cohn, William , 










June 


20/1894, 


H, 


2d Battalion. 


Gardiner, George N., . 










Nov. 


28, 1892, 


G, 


2d Battalion. 


Thomas, A. Ernest, 












28, 1892, 


G, 


2d Battalion. 


Crossman, Henry S., . 










Mar. 


6, 1893, 


H, 


2d Battalion. 


Selfridge, George S., 












28, 1893, 


D, 


1st Battalion. 


Von Loe^ecke, Magnus F. S. 


> « 








June 


30, 1893, 


E, 


2d Battalion. 


Fuller, Horace F., 










April 


17, 1894, 


B, 


1st Battalion. 


Nichols, Edward W., . 










Nov. 


20, 1894, 


A, 


1st Battalion. 


Colt, James D., . 










Jan. 


15, 1895, 


c, 


1st Battalion. 


Jones, Gardner I.,. 










Mar. 


5, 1895, 


D, 


1st Battalion. 


Burlington, George R. H., 










April 


16, 1895, 


F, 


2d Battalion. 


Beattie, William H , 










May 


14, 1895, 


F, 


2d Battalion. 


Bates, Benjamin E., 












28, 1895, 


c, 


1st Battalion. 


Ensigns. 










Barr, Walter S., 


Mar. 


6, 1893, 


H, 


2d Battalion. 


Hough, Charles T., Jr., 












28, 1893, 


D, 


1st Battalion. 


Pierce, Albert R , 










April 


5, 1893, 


G, 


2d Battalion. 


Chase, Daniel, 












7, 1894, 


E, 


2d Battalion. 


Sutfhrue, Daniel H., 










April 1 


B, 


1st Battalion. 


Solomon, Frank L., 










May 


15, 1894, 


A, 


1st Battalion. 


Ley, Frederick T., 










June 


20, 1894, 


H, 


2d Battalion. 


Houghton, Clement S., 










Jan. 


15, 1895, 


o, 


1st Battalion. 


Jennings, Edward B., . 










April 


16, 1895, 


F, 


2d Battalion. 


Dodd, Walter S., . 










May 


7, 1895, 


B, 


1st Battalion. 


Holmes, Charles L., 












14, 1895, 


F, 


2d Battalion. 


Porter, James 0., . 












28, 1895, 


c, 


1st Battalion. 



1896.] 



PUBLIC DOCUMENT — No. 7. 



323 



Table No. 1. — Enrolled Militia of 1895 , showing by Counties 
the Number of Persons between the Ages of 18 and 45 Tears 
liable to Military Duty. 





1894. 


1895. 


Increase. 


Decrease. 


Barnstable, 






2,455 


2,241 


177 


391 


Berkshire, 






11,832 


13,292 


1,882 


422 


Bristol, . 






29,371 


32,423 


3,441 


389 


Dukes, 






502 


511 


74 


65 


Essex, 






49,173 


53,870 


5,060 


363 


Franklin^ . 






6,542 


6,387 


258 


413 


Hampden, 






16,945 


18,661 


2,000 


284 


Hampshire, 






7,783 


7,914 


271 


140 


Middlesex, 






89,823 


92,505 


3,983 


1,301 


Nantucket, 






380 


375 


- 


5 


Norfolk, . 






20,319 


22,112 


2,562 


769 


Plymouth, 






17,054 


18,017 


1,415 


452 


Suffolk, . 






88,756 


90,594 


1,876 


38 


Worcester, 






48,036 


47,933 


2,835 


2,938 


Total, 


388,971 


406,835 


25,834 


7,970 



324 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan, 



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PUBLIC DOCUMENT — : 






Table Ho. 3. — Locations of Headquarters of Brigades, Regiments^ Bat- 
talions and Armor jrns and Counties. 



ClTT 


TT. 


Ban 


r*Tn 


— 
- 






- 


T. < 


m 

3 


A 1 i ■ 1 


Berkshire. . 




- 


- 


M, . 


- 


- 


- 




.-. :. - '-. - .■ 


r, . Eamx, 




- 


kk, 


B, 


- 


- 


- - 






Bristol, 




- 


— 


I. 


- 


- 


- - 






. E.^-iX, 




- 


kk, 


I 


- 


- 


- - 




E: = : -Z, 


. Svfiaft, . 


M 1: 


; - ; . 1 l;;i 


- 


C,D 


™ 


- 


- - 






• ■ " • 


1st Brigade 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- - 


- 




M 


U 


M 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




■ 


:: 


M 


" 




- 


- 


- 


- 




" 


-- 


M 




- 


" 




- 


- 




. 


1st Regiment, . 


- 


D,G 
1% 


_ 


- 




1 




. 


: "._ -.^i". ~ -r" 


- 




- 


- 


- 


; 




fl 


U R 


BgfcaCBl, . 


" 1 


B,H,L, 


. 


- 




; 


- 




• 


1st Bat. Choky, 


- 


- 


A,D, 


- 


- 












- 


- 


- 






- 


- 






• 


■■Ml I : kjR ie. . 


- 


1 C,D 


~ 


- 


- 


- 




Bnriaftree 


. Borfolk, . 




- 


::i. 


K, 


- 


- 


- 




Brockton, 


. Plymouth, . 






:=-.. 


I, • 


. 


- 






Cam 


_ idleeex,. 




- 


k«. 


1 


- 


- 




- 




. 


Idteeex,. 




- 


5th, 


B, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




CfctiM, 


. SijJolk, . 




- 


lit, 


B, . 


- 


- 




■ 




Woree- 




- 


Hfc, 


K, . 


- 


- 


- 






. Middlesex,. 




- 


kk, 


I, • 


- 


- 


- 






E^^ex, 




- 


* 


K, . 










FaU River 


: - 




- 


1st, 




_ 


- 


- 


- 


. 




i . Worcer 




- 


kk, 


: : 


- 


- 


- 


- 


. 


7 -. 


am, . Middle- 




- 


■k, 


E, . 


- 


- 


- 






. Worce? 




- 


:d. 


E, . 


- 


- 


- 




64 :~:c;'.e 


Z?«ex, 






■* 


■ 


- 


- 


- - 




Greenfiek 








«. 


L, . 


- 


- 








. E=sex, 




- 


■* 


7 


- 


- 


- 






Middlesex,. 




- 


5th, 


M, ■ 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Hoi yoke, 


. Hampden, . 




- 


M, 


D, . 


- 


" 


" 


- 




LnmMi 


. 




- 


- 


- 




. 







• Pbsl DctedMHBii 






326 



ADJUTANT GENERAL'S REPORT. 



[Jan. 



Table No. 3 — Concluded. 



City oe Town. 


County. 


Headquarters. 


c 

V 

§ 

Sb 
o 

H 


Companies of 
Infantry and 
Naval Bri- 
gade. 


<*- 

o 

tn • 
OS <S 

|3 


o 

St 


m 

a, 

■— 
o 
O 

ej 

C 

33 


« 
o 
a 

s* . 

« CO 

3 Q. 

a u 
< 


on 

3 

o 


Lawrence, 


Essex, 


- 


8th, 


L, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




u 


it 


- 


9th, 


F, . 


. 


- 


- 


- 




Lowell, . 


Middlesex,. 


- 


6th, 


C, G, M, 


- 


- 


- 


2d,* 




<< 


ii 


- 


9th, 


M, . 


. 


- 


- 


- 




<« 


<< 


- 


2dC'd'ts 


D, . 


. 


- 


- 


- 




Lynn, 


Essex, 


- 


8th, 


D.I.E.t 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Maiden, . 


Middlesex,. 


- 


5th, 


L, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Marblehead, . 


Essex, 


- 


8th, 


c, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Marlborough, . 


Middlesex,. 


eth Regiment, . 


6th, 


F, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Medford, . 


Middlesex,. 


- 


5th, 


E, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Milford, . 


Worcester, 


- 


6th, 


M, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




NewBedford, . 


Bristol, 


- 


1st, 


E, G,t 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Newburyport, . 


Essex, 


- 


8th, 


A, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Northampton, . 


ITampshire, 


- 


2d, 


I, • 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Newton, . 


Middlesex, 


- 


5th, 


c, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Natick, 


Middlesex, 


- 


9th, 


L, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Orange, . 


Franklin, . 


- 


2d, 


E, • ■ 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Plymouth, 


Plymouth, . 


- 


5th, 


D, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Salem, . 


Essex, 


2d Corps Cadets, 


- 


A, B,C, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Salem, 


Essex, 


8th Regiment, . 


8th, 


H, . . 


- 


- 


- 


■- 




Somerville, 


Middlesex, 


- 


8th, 


M, . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Southbridge, . 


Worcester, 


- 


6th, 


K, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Springfield, 


Hampden, . 


2d Regiment, . 


2d, 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Springfield, 


Hampden, . 


- 


2d, 


B,G,K,H,§ 




- 


- 


- 




Stonehara, 


Middlesex, 


- 


6tb, 


H, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Taunton, . 


Bristol, 


- 


1st, 


F, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Wakefield, 


Middlesex, 


- 


6th, 














Waltham, . 


<• 


- 


5th, 


F, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Westford, 


ii 


- 


- 


- 


F,|| 


- 


- 


- 




Woburn, . 


it 


- 


5th, 


G, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 




Worcester, 


Worcester, 


- 


2d, 


A,C,H,K, 


- 


- 


- 


- 




(< 


it 


- 


- 


- 


- 


B, 


- 


- 




« 


i< 


- 


9th, 


a, . . 


- 


- 


- 


- 





* Second Detachment. t Co. E, Naval Brigade. J Co. G-, Naval Brigade. 

§ Co. H, Naval Brigade. || Detachment at Carlisle, Chelmsford and North Chelmsford. 



1896.] 



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327 



Table No. 4. — Armory Rent Roll. 







Amount re- 


Amount al- 


City oh Town. 


Organization. 


turned by 
City or Town. 


lowed. 


Adams, . 


Co. M, Second Regiment Infantry, 


$400 00 


$300 00 


Amesbury, 


B, Eighth " " 


400 00 


400 00 


Attleborough, . 


I, Fifth " " 


600 00 


200 00 


Beverly, . 


E, Eighth " " 


400 00 


400 00 


Boston, 




Headquarters First Brigade, 


500 00 


200 00 


«« 




Headquarters Second brigade, 


900 00 


200 00 


<( 




Detachment Ambulance Corps, . 


100 00 


100 00 


«< 




Headquarters First Reg't Infantry, 


200 00 


200 00 


(< 




11 Fifth " " 


200 00 


200 00 


i< 




11 Ninth " " 


200 00 


200 00 


<< 




11 First Batt'n Cavalry, 


200 00 


200 00 


u 




Co. A, First Regiment Infantry, . 


400 00 


400 00 


«< 




C, " " " 




400 00 


400 00 


(< 




D, " " » 




400 00 


400 00 


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G, " " " 




400 00 


400 00 


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K, " " " 




400 00 


400 00 


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L, " " " 




400 00 


400 00 


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A, Fifth " " 




1,200 00 


50 00 


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H, Fifth " " 




400 00 


50 00 


(( 




L, Sixth " " 




1,085 00 


50 00 


(( 




A, Ninth " " 




400 00 


400 00 


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B, " " " 




400 00 


400 00 


II 




C, " " " 




400 00 


400 00 


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D, " " " 




400 00 


50 00 


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E, " " " 




400 00 


400 00 


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H, " " " 




400 00 


400 00 


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400 00 


400 00 


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Headquarters Naval Brigade, 




200 00 


200 00 


II 




Co. A, Naval Brigade, . 




400 00 


400 00 


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B, " "... 




400 00 


400 00 


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400 00 


400 00 


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D, " "... 




400 00 


400 00 


II 




Signal Corps, First Brigade, . 




200 00 


200 00 


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Signal Corps, Second Brigade, 




200 00 


200 00 


(« 




First Corps Cadets, 




4,800 00 


1,800 00» 


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Co. A, First Battalion Cavalry, . 




2,000 00 


600 00 


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Co. D, First Battalion Cavalry, 




1,200 00 


500 00 


II 




Battery A, Light Artillery, . 




2,787 68 


600 00 


Brockton, 




Co. I, First Regiment Infantry, . 




1,000 00 


400 00 


Braintree, 


K, Fifth " " 




400 00 


400 00 


Cambridge, 


B, First " " 




400 00 


400 00 


Cambridge, 


B, Fifth " " 




400 00 


400 00 


Carlisle, . 


F, Cavalry (detachment), 




75 00 


75 00 


Chelmsford, 


F, Cavalry (detachment), 




300 00 


300 00 


Chelsea, . 


H, First Regiment Infantry, 




600 00 


400 00 


Concord, . 


I, Sixth " " 




400 00 


400 00 


Clinton, . 


K, Ninth " " 




700 00 


200 00 


Danvers, . 


K, Eighth " " 




400 00 


400 00 


Fall River, 


M, First " » 




400 00 


250 00 


Fall River, 


F, Naval Brigade, . 




950 00 


400 00 


Fitchburg, 


B, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 




400 00 


400 00 


Fitchburg, 


D, Sixth " " 




400 00 


400 00 


Framingham, . 


E, Sixth " " 




700 00 


350 00 


Gardner, . 


F, Second " " 




400 00 


300 00 


Gloucester, 


G, Eighth " " 




1,000 00 


250 00 


Greenfield, 


L, Second " " 




500 00 


350 00 


Haverhill, 


F, Eighth " " 




600 00 


200 00 


Hudson, . 


M, Fifth Regiment Infantry, 




600 00 


350 00 






Carried forward, . 


• 


$35,597 68 


$19,925 00 



* Four companies and headquarters. 



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Table No. 4. — Concluded. 







Amount re- 


Amount al- 


City or Town. 


Organization. 


turned by 
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lowed. 




Brought forward, . . . : 


$35,597 68 


$19,925 00 


Holyoke, . 


Co. D, Second Reeiment Infantry, 


400 00 


200 00 


Lawrence, 


Headquarters First Batt'n Art'y, . 


200 00 


200 00 


«< 


Battery C, First Battalion Artillery, 


600 00 


600 00 


«< 


Co. F, Ninth Regiment Infantry, 


400 00 


400 00 


<< 


L, Eighth " " 


400 00 


300 00« 


Lowell, 


C, Sixth " " 




400 00 


400 00 


<< 




G, Sixth " " 




400 00 


400 00 


« 




M, Ninth « " 




4C0 00 


400 00 


(< 




D, Second Corps Cadets, 




400 00 


400 00 


<( 




Detachment Ambulance Corps, 




100 00 


100 00 


Lynn, 




Co. D, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 


666 66 


400 00 


k 




I, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 


66S 67 


400 00 


if 




E, Naval Brigade, .... 


666 67 


400 00 


Marblehead, . 


C, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 


300 00 


300 00 


Marlborough, . 


Headquarters Sixth Regiment Infantry, 


200 00 


200 00 


Marlborough, . 


Co. F, Sixth Regiment Infantry, 


400 00 


200 00 


Maiden, . 


L, Fifth " " 


400 00 


400 00 


Medford, . 


E, Fifth " " 




360 00 


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Mil ford, . 


M, Sixth " " 




500 00 


362 50+ 


Natick, 


L, Ninth " " 




400 00 


175 00 


New Bedford, . 


E, First " " 




700 00 


400 00 


New Bedford, . 


G, Naval Brigade, . 




800 00 


200 00 


Northampton, . 


I, Second Regiment Infantry, 


400 00 


300 00 


Newbury port, . 


A. Eighth " " 


519 30 


150 00$ 


North Andover, 


L, Eighth " " 


103 16 


62 50 (I 


Newton, . 


C, Fifth " " 


400 00 


400 00 


Orange, . 


E, Second " " 


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Plymouth, 


D, Fifth " " 


600 00 


300 00 


Salem, 


Second Corps Cadets, .... 


1,500 00 


1,000 00 


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Headquarters Eighth Reg't Infantry, . 


400 00 


200 00 


<( 


Co. H, Eighth Regiment Infantry, 


550 00 


300 00 


Stoneham, 


H, Sixth " " 


600 00 


400 00 


Southbridge, . 


K, Sixth " " 


350 00 


300 00 


Somerville, 


M, Eighth " « 


300 00 


300 00 


Springfield, 


Headquarters Second Reg't Infantry, . 


200 00 


200 00 


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G, " " " 


[ 1,200 00 


900 00 


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H, Naval Brigade, .... 


400 00 


400 00 


Taunton, . 


F, First Regiment Infantry, . 




900 00 


100 00 


Wakefield, 


A, Sixth " " 




720 00 


400 00 


Waltham, 


F, Fifth " « 




800 00 


200 00 


Westford, 


Detachment F, Cavalry, 




175 00 


175 00 


Woburn, . 


Co. G, Fifth Regiment Infantry, . 




400 00 


300 00 


Worcester, 


A, Second " " 




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400 00 


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400 00 


400 00 


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400 00 


400 00 


(( 


G, Ninth " •' 




400 00 


400 00 


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600 00 


600 00 










$58,075 14 


$35,350 00 



* From April 1. 
J Rate $175 to March 1, 
|| Rate $250 to April 1 



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1896. 
GOVERNOR AND STAFF. 



Governor and Commander-in-Chief. 

His Excellency FREDERIC T. GREENHALGE,* ... of Lowell. 

Adjutant General. 

Maj. Gen. SAMUEL DALTON, of Boston. 

Assistant Adjutants General. 

Col. CYRUS A. PAGE, of Boston. 

Col. JAMES A. LAKIN, of Westfield. 

Col. AUGUST H. GOETTING, of Springfield. 

Col. GEORGE W. MOSES, of Chelsea. 

Col. WILLIAM CURTIS CAPELLE of Wakefield. 

Col. CHARLES KENNY of Boston. 

Inspector General of Rifle Practice. 

Col. GEORGE F. HALL, of Boston. 

Assistant Inspectors General. 

Col. FRED W. WELLINGTON, of Worcester. 

Col. FREDERICK G. KING, of Boston. 

Col. JAMES L. CARTER, of Brookline. 

Col. PERCY PARKER,f of Lowell. 

Surgeon General. 

Brig. Gen. EDWARD J. FORSTER, of Boston. 

Judge Advocate General. 

Brig. Gen. EDGAR R. CHAMPLIN of Cambridge. 

Commissary General. 

Brig. Gen. ALBERT O. DAVIDSON, of Watertown. 

Assistant Quartermasters General. 

Col. FRANK S. RICHARDSON, of North Adams. 

Col. HENRY HASTINGS, of Boston. 

Col. WILLIAM BARRETT, of Concord. 

Col. FREDERICK T. WALSH, of Lowell. 

Aides-de-Camp. 

Col. PETER H. CORR, of Taunton. 

Col. WILLIAM M. BUNTING, of Boston. 

Col. EVERETT C. BENTON, of Belmont. 

* Died in office March 5, 1896. | Resigned March 5, 1896. 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Report of the Adjutant and Quartermaster General, 3-11 

Report of Inspector General, 12-18 

Report of Maj. M. P. Miller, U. S. A., 19-36 

Report of Surgeon General, 37-62 

Report of Judge Advocate General, 80 

Report of Board of Military Examiners, M. V. M., 81 

Report of Convention Military Surgeons, U. S., 78,79 

Report of Chattanooga and Chickamauga delegates, 82-84 

Reports of Medical Officers, 63-75 

Report of Ambulance Officer, 76, 77 

Report of Inspector General of Rifle Practice 85-98 

Record of Marksmen, 99-146 

Record of Revolver Qualifications, 147, 148 

Strength and Efficients 149-152 

Consolidated Efficients, 153 

Comparative Efficiency, 153 

Summary of Revolver Qualifications, 1895, 154 

Regimental Competition, 151-156 

State Competition, 156-158 

Report State Revolver Competition, 159 

Report of Commanding Officers, — Encampments, 160-166 

Report of Commanding Officers, — Annual Drills, 167-187 

General Orders and Circulars, 188-226 

Table of Attendance at Tours of Duty, 18 

Appendix : — 

Casualties, 229-232 

Casualties, Summary, 233 

Officers retired, 228 

Commissions Vacant, 233 

Discharges of Enlisted Men, 234-237 

Register of Officers, 238-310 

Roster of Officers 311-322 

Table 1, Enrolled Militia, 323 

Table 2, Organization of Militia, 324 

Table 3, Location of Armories, ......... 325, 326 

Table 4, Rent of Armories, 327, 328 

Table 5, Property Account, — Quartermaster General, 329-357 

Table 6, Property Account, — Armories, 358-364 

Governor and Staff, 1896, 365